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  1. Hello everybody! Found that near kids sandbox in Prague, Czech Republic, in the city center. Sand and rocks from there are probably brought from some other area. But in this park, only few hundred meters from there some Trilobite fossils can be found. It was just laying on the ground. I think it can be a rock, but its very tooth looking rock. I am no expert in those things. It seems like there is a root. It's exactly 2cm from top to bottom. I can't find any shark tooth looking like that. Other animal? I tried my best in making those photos. But i
  2. JakubArmatys

    Cretaceous Shark Tooth?

    Anybody can identify this Tooth? Found in cretaceous, turonian sandy-limestone in Poland (Tyniec, Cracow). I think it's a Shark Tooth, or other fish but I don't know which exactly.
  3. Found this near little elk creek in Piedmont, SD at the base of the Black Hills. After some research, Pennsylvanian age shark material has been found there in the past. These are much smoother than some images I have seen online. Thoughts?
  4. Placoderms

    Paleozoic Teeth?

    Hello, I am in the process of thinning out my collection and was curious if anyone had an idea what type of teeth these are? Any help would be appreciated. Two bluish colored teeth\bone from: upper Chesterian lower Tar Springs Formation, 4.8 km north of Eckerty, Indiana Blastoid and black tooth combination: Indian Springs Formation, Upper Mississippian; near Sulphur, Indiana
  5. Jenn1972

    Help ID please- is this a tooth?

    I found this in nw Mississippi Tooth or rock? Thanks!
  6. Kbsib

    Shark tooth or imposter

    This fossil was found today during low tide. It is longer than most shark’s teeth we’ve been finding. Measures approximately 4.75cm x 2cm. I’ve picked up A LOT of oyster shells, pieces of phosphate and rocks thinking they were teeth. This may well be the same thing. It’s the only way I’m going to learn so I appreciate any help in identifying. Thanks!
  7. PALEO POOD

    Shark tooth identify

    Hello I've got a shark tooth that looks like megalodon but found in Thailand at Sonkra Beach. So it has a bourlette and serrations similar like megalodon tooth can someone id my tooth please, or let me know if there are a similar type of shark tooth that look like megalodon?
  8. Tim w

    Any idea from NZ

    This I found on west coast south island NZ,near hokitika,any ideas?
  9. Caaaleb

    Fish Tooth found in Lake?

    Hello, I found this tooth or rock in the bank of a lake where I was collecting and sifting in a concentrated gravel spot. 1 oyster, 1 coral piece, and 2 snails are the only fossils I found. After searching a little more, I found this rock which I'm assuming is a tooth. The gravel where I found this possible tooth is also in the Eagle Ford of the Cretaceous of Texas. I'm thinking either shark or fish tooth. It's slightly curved and there isn't any enamel or serrations (that I can see), so I might be wrong. Can anyone identify the species of animal the tooth may have belonged to? Or if
  10. SharkOop

    Who's was this?

    Location found: SW Florida Hello. I am unsure about who this tooth belongs to. Can anyone identify it?
  11. BallinShark

    Unusual Tooth Found At Myrtle Beach

    While looking for washed up shark teeth on the beach I stumbled upon this unusual tooth. I had no idea what it was from, so I googled around and nothing came up. It isn't very large. The object measures in at about 1 inch. It has very small serrations that run along it. It was found in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  12. ynot

    Sharktooth hill unknown.

    Something for Y'all to ponder on.... Scale is in millimeter.
  13. whowat13

    Shark Coprolite?

    Figured I would post this here, acquired it at a sale today... Was found in Collier County, FL. I think it is a shark coprolite, but would like to get more opinions/verification on the ID. Measures 6 inches long.
  14. whowat13

    Can Anyone Help Me Id This?

    Found this today in the Bone Valley formation today on a club trip... I think it may be shark cartilage. If anyone can support this, please let me know. I will post a wet photo later...
  15. squali

    Funkitized Vertebrae

    This is the largest vertebrae I'v found. ...to date... at over 30mm it was staring at me from 3000mm. The best part for me though is the Vivianite clusters. Vivianite is relatively common in the marine deposits here but it is usually a single, half a pea sized ball. The vert. is pretty beat up but was wondering if I could get a definitive on shark or fish. Any pointers on distinguishing between fish and shark would be appreciated. I've tossed a very lightly weighted coin am going with shark The formation is late Cretaceous-campanian, New Jersey, U.S..
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