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  1. Jerrychang

    Big Otodus obliquus teeth

    Got a cheap Otodus obliquus teeth with matrix. It’s quite big (7.5cm).
  2. Hello everyone, I bought a bucket of small shark teeth from a fossil dealer in my country many years ago. The tag on it says it’s from morocco, khouribga, and the age is Eocene, Cenozoic. I found it when I was cleaning my room last week, and I started trying to identify them. I guess that 1st and 3rd one is carcharias, 2nd one is striatolamia, and the 4th one is cretolamna. If these conjectures are obviously wrong, I’m very sorry about that. In my country, there is no research on this subject and these sharks don’t even have an official name. Thanks for your help.
  3. SharkToothMaster

    Instagram fossil account! :-)

    Hey everyone! Im running a instagram account for fossils. Im posting 1-3 times a week, and its my fossils from my biiiiig collection! Fossils from Denmark, Belgium, USA and more Im currently on 721 followers, and im hoping to reach 1000 before summer So go and search for Danishfossils, on Instagram and you'll find it Have a good day Jonas/DanishFossils.
  4. Good day everyone, I found a couple of fossils today on a beach walk and was wondering what most of them were. I suspect the one shark tooth belongs to a prehistoric great white and the other a juvenile meg as the tooth is the thickest shark tooth I've ever picked up - unfortunately it is damaged. As for the rest I am absolutely clueless and would appreciate any help with identification. Thank you.
  5. sharktoothboy

    Fixing shark tooth restoration

    Hey Everyone, I got a couple shark teeth restored and I am very unhappy with the results. Is there any way to have someone else redo the restoration or if not, at least remove the putty/paint? I'm not sure what to do at this point and was hoping there was a way to fix this. Thank you.
  6. I have heard of people finding them like seashells on some beaches but i have also been told you cant find them in SA which makes no sense to me because sharks loose teeth regularly and we have plenty of sharks here
  7. Tuesday this week (1/19/2021) I headed over to Big Brook Preserve after reading up on it on this forum and other sites. Made for a cold day in the water but ran across some other fossil hunters (both locals and out of staters like me.) I found a few neat teeth, mainly a few goblin shark teeth, as well as some crow shark teeth, and of course belemnites. Nothing spectacular compared to some posts but defiantly made my week! The locals were finding teeth up by the Boundary Rd. access (that is where I found mine) and I was finding tons of belemnites down by the Hillsdale Rd. entrance.
  8. I figured that while we are on a show me your sharkteeth kick, why not show some of our specail sandtiger teeth The poor sandtiger hardly gets any press, but they can still be a nice addition to any collection. Here is my absolute favorite. It is another Brownies beach special. When I found it in the surf it was a dark black/grey color. But when it dried out I got a blue/tan mottled blade with a brown root. Also the root is kind of oversized for the blade. It has some wicked cusps as well.
  9. Good day everyone, Found a couple more shark teeth and was wondering what sharks they came from, any help identifying would be appreciated.
  10. Jurassicz

    Cretalamna appendiculata? Morocco

    I got these 2 shark teeth a few years ago. They are from Khouribga, Morocco I labeled them as Cretalamna appendiculata and Cretaceous-Eocene as I saw several Cretalamna appendiculata labeled sometimes as Eocene and sometimes Cretaceous. Does anyone know if its the correct species or how to identify shark teeth from Khouribga?
  11. Rainaj77

    Shark Teeth, maybe not

    Even tho we've lived in Florida for over 15 years, this weekend was the first time we actually went looking for shark teeth. And then again today. I confess, once I started flipping these over and looking closely, I've answered most of my own questions. Especially in light instead of quickly fading dusk! The first pic are the 2 I'm certain are real now. In particular the grey one. Next 4 are one I'm not sure about. But if I'm wrong about any others being rocks or shells please let me know! Thanks!
  12. Hello, I found this shark tooth today at the Jersey shore (Sea Isle City). Can someone please help me identify it and possibly let me know how old you think it might be? Thanks in advance!
  13. Hey all, quick question. I am currently in school in the Harrisburg, PA region and am limited in trying to stay under an hour and a half drives for spots. I noticed some posts about shark teeth in the Potomac river but most of what I could find was that these sites are more near the D.C. area. I was wondering if anyone here knew if all of the Potomac had fossils to find or if it is strictly along certain areas of erosion off of the cliffs that the Potomac cuts through? I think either way over the summer I am going to try to end up at the Aquia formation but was wondering if I coul
  14. I'm a newbie who lives in the Austin area with a lot of passion for ancient life, but I'm having trouble making a decisive start with with my searches. I have a particular interest in large western interior seaway predators, most notably xiphactinus, but also the mosasaurs and sharks that lived in the area as well. Finding a vertebrae, of perhaps even teeth from these groups would be absolutely wonderful, but of the few creeks in the Austin area I've scouted, I've been able to turn up nothing besides gastropods. This is still despite heavily studying the sometimes confusing Texas geological ma
  15. Hey hey, hope everybody’s Tuesday went well! I’m new here, 25 and have much to learn in realm of fossil hunting. I’m hoping you can help. I live in Charleston, SC and travel up to Summerville from time to time to explore creeks searching for the ever elusive megalodon. I’m relatively green hunting fossil but I do have some good spots and good finds. Of all the effort I’ve given, and believe me I really have put hundreds of hours into searching, I still have not mastered the art of finding these suckers. I’m hoping someone can help. I’m thinking part of my shortcoming is
  16. Bob-ay

    Bradenton FL Area?

    Hopefully some of you might be able to help! I may be taking a drive down to FL to visit some family next month for the holidays. I have done a lot of shark tooth hunting in New Jersey and Maryland closer to where I live. I will be staying in the Bradenton area, can anyone suggest some areas to search that are relatively local to there. I do not mind driving some distance to check out some sites. I have been to the Venice area on the beach years ago but that is all I have ever tried down in FL. Feel free to PM me, just looking for some information and areas to maybe explore near there if possi
  17. Jurassicz

    Shark teeth from ignaberga sweden

    Found these small shark teeth in ignaberga sweden. Its cretaceous in age anybody knows the species?
  18. Hello everyone! I am looking for Squalicorax (Any species) to help aid in the research I am doing for my University. I'm looking for a bulk amount or Squalicorax hartwelli from Kansas, or anywhere in the Western Interior Seaway. I am also looking for Squalicorax falcatus from the Southern U.K., France, Belgium, and/or Morocco. Any complete or near-complete Squalicorax you have that you are willing to part with, please contact me. I am a college student. I have lots of shark teeth that I can trade, including: - Megalodon shark teeth and meg ancestors ( angustidens, chubutensis, obliq
  19. Hello! My name is Raihan & I’m from Indonesia. I’m kinda new at this shark teeth collecting, I have several teeth & unfortunately I’m a little bit confused about their id. Can anyone tell me about what kind of shark teeth are these? All of them were found in Madura island, Indonesia. Here are the questions. 1) Are these upper & lower teeth from a bull shark? Or it could be from another Carcharhinus sp.? 2) Are these lemons? And if it so, is it N.acutidens? 3) Does anyone know the exact species on these fossilized lemon shark teeth?
  20. SarahtheIchthyornis

    transparent shark tooth, Homdel New Jersey?

    Found this strange object in new jersey, it appears to be a transparent shark tooth, which is something I have never heard of before. there is likely another explanation, but I am unaware of it. Does anyone know what this is? photos taken with an iPhone lined up to a dissecting microscope, the distance between the 2 blue lines is 1cm. -thanks in advance!
  21. wallacesusan

    S.C. shark tooth hunting

    Hi! I was introduced to shark tooth hunting on the beach about 15 years ago by my MIL. It has become my favorite past time while at the beach. We recently purchased a home in Georgetown, SC, and I have heard there are great spots to hunt in Summerville, SC and surrounding areas of Charleston. How do i get started with where to go? I have never searched in creeks or riverbeds, but I would love to spend a day searching. Any maps or advice for me on where to start or go? Thanks!
  22. Darktooth

    Cataloging my Sharkteeth

    I have recently been inspired to finally make a serious attempt to organize and catalog my sharktooth collection. I made an attempt years ago but never finished it and I sabotaged my own work by not being able to keep from playing with my fossils. Ever since I started collecting sharkteeth I have used the gem jars with trays for smaller teeth and padded jewelry boxes for the bigger teeth. My first attempt was applying small stickers with specimen info on the bottom of the gem jars. This was fine except for the fact that back then I was always taking the teeth out of their respective jars and p
  23. Local Florida fossil-hunters are familiar with this chunky matrix rock. It is commonly called "Gardner Matrix" or "Micro-Matrix". The material in this post was recovered from an exposure close to the boat ramp at the Gardner locality on the Peace River. (Bone Valley formation, Hawthorn group, Hardee county, Miocene). With most of us locked down due to the pandemic, I have plenty of time to sort through this loosely-consolidated and fossiliferous matrix. It's like fossil-hunting from your back porch. On my last few trips to Gardner, I loaded down my kayak with chunks of this matrix.
  24. @doctor mud, Chris and I went off to a Cretaceous area on the South Island of New Zealand recently and found some amazing fossils. Between us we found paddle bones, shark teeth, petrified wood, a vertebrae and a few other bits. It was our first trip to this spot and had quite a bit of stuff to carry back, I needed help with my backpack as my legs weren't handling it My favourite find was the section of paddle with some associated paddle bones in it. I just finished the video and uploaded it here:
  25. How come I can find (for example in Antwerp) mostly shark teeth and vertebrae and never another part of a shark?
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