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  1. easterncarolinahunta

    Calvert cliffs help

    Hey guys! I wanted to know if there were any expert Calvert cliffers on here and would be willing to show a noobie the way around and some cool spots here and there!
  2. I recently had a great chat with Ben Francischelli, a paleontologist from Melbourne, Australia, doing an amazing job finding fossils and very involved in scientific outreach. He talked about the fossils he and some citizen scientists found in 2022 across a number of sites. Sooooo many shark teeth, whale teeth, cetacean ear bones and crazy giant marsupials! He is on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/a_fools_experiment/ Check out his LinkTree for other cool links (YouTube, Patreon, papers etc) https://linktr.ee/a_fools_experiment
  3. Hey, I want to quiz y’all and see y’all’s knowledge on sharks! This tooth came from the east coast of North Carolina! (That’s all I’ll give you) it’s not a common find!
  4. easterncarolinahunta

    My best Crow shark teeth (personal finds)

    What’s up! I’ve been bored lately and just wanted to play with some of the crows I’ve found. These have all been found on the east coast of North Carolina, in creeks and on beaches. So here you go, -My three prettiest, not the biggest crow shark teeth in the world, but in my opinion, I have not seen much crows with better colors than these 3. ( if these teeth aren’t in order, I’m sorry I’m new to this, the three I’m taking about are the yellowish tooth, orange, and blue one that’s in the middle). So those out of the way, here are some of my biggest, these are all over 1 1/10, the
  5. I live in North Carolina, and have been trying to find a good reliable spot other than gmr for a few years now. I would like any help, any spots, anything will help, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia or Florida, any spot that it good and reliable I would love to know about it.
  6. Mid-February, officially still winter, yet it felt like spring yesterday. In February, the average temperature in the Netherlands is about 3 degrees, so yesterday it was not cold at 14 degrees. I couldn't wait any longer this year, and planned my first quest of 2023. I really had to get out, so sat in my auro early in the morning arriving 3 hours later at the Selzerbeek in South Limburg, the Netherlands. The stream mainly runs through Vijlener limestone (Upper Cretaceous / Gulpen Formation / Vijlen Limestone). This means that you can encounter all fossils from this stratigrap
  7. Hello everyone, I have gotten really into meg diving this last year to the point where I am driving down to Venice from Orlando twice a month to dive for teeth. I have started to look into getting black water diving and I am not really sure where to start. Does anyone have any rivers that are good for black water diving? I have heard talk that people do it in the Peace river and the St. Marys and I didn't know if that is where most people go or if there are other rivers people dive that hold a good amount of teeth. I don't want to sound like the guy who is asking for y
  8. Egrigg

    Texas shark tooth ID

    I cannot for the life of me figure out what this tooth is. When I first found it I was sure it was Cretoxyrhina but with further inspection I doubt that’s the case. Does anyone have a clue what shark this mysterious tooth belongs to? (Found in alluvium/ozan)
  9. It's been over a month now since @Jared C and I found the Eagle Ford Xiphactinus. In the weeks that followed our discovery I was able to get in touch with the right people at Baylor University where I go to school and start to organize a retrieval project. Unfortunately I haven't been able to make it back to the site since then as all involved will have to wait for the wheels of bureaucracy to turn enough for us to have the proper permission necessary to return. So I was left with a problem: my first visit to the Eagle Ford turned out so well that I wanted nothing more than to go back, but I c
  10. aurora5us

    Florida Jax shark teeth

    Found last two days at Atlantic beach Jacksonville Florida. First time. Not sure what they are from
  11. Hello, Some friends and I went to Chippokes State Park in Virginia last week. The park is beautiful, and going down to the beach was very nice. We ended up settling at a sand bar formed at the mouth of the College Run creek. Although, we did not find anything too remarkable at first sight - other than lots of fossil oyster and clam shells - after sitting down for a bit we found our first shark tooth. With renewed hopes we kept scouring the area and found a couple more smaller ones - no meg big or small sadly... I did decide to bring with me a gallon Ziploc bag half full of material
  12. Hi!!! I found these today on the beach I could use some help identifying. Please let me know your thoughts. There are three sets of teeth and I took pictures of both sides.
  13. So, in speaking to @digit, I was convinced to make a wooden sifter to replace my current PVC pipe one, and in doing so, make a guide on how! So first things first - I followed Ken’a tips and his post here from years ago: So the materials: - 4 pieces of 1”x3”x20” lumber. I went with pine, cause it was cheap and on sale and very straight. - Wood glue - Screws. I used 12 #8 round headed screws. - Drill for the screws - Heavy Duty staple gun + staples - Hammer - Wire Cutter - 1/4” Mesh, enough to cover about 20 squared inches - Zi
  14. mpach033

    Shark Teeth ID

    Hey guys, I found these on the beach along the east coast of Florida. Any ideas what they could be?
  15. bridgetloud

    Can’t identify Shark Tooth

    Hello! I have found what I believe to be shark tooth (I am unsure if it is) nearby a river in south central Indiana and need help identifying it. This is the first fossil I have ever found so I am pretty new to this. The photos are of the same tooth from different angles.
  16. AmberJ

    What shark is this tooth from?

    Hi! I’m not very familiar with shark teeth and never found one until this week, but apparently this one is a great find. What shark is this tooth from and how do I preserve it?
  17. Retigg

    Suffolk sharks teeth

    Hi all, new to the forum! I have a few sharks teeth to identify for my daughter, if anyone can help? We met a lovely gent on Bawdsey beach, Suffolk who gave us a mini lesson and said the 2 we had found at the time were sand tiger shark teeth and one was about 4 million years old (I think that was the big one). I’m not actually sure if No1 is a tooth? We are total beginners so not clued up on the time period names or classifications so if anyone can explain what we’re looking at in terms for a 6 year old that would be amazing!
  18. M_edge95

    Shark tooth identification

    Wondering what type of sharks teeth these are and possibly how old.
  19. Hi everyone! So my dream is to find a full shark tooth (I have found just one tooth so far, but not a full tooth) I was wondering if anyone knows of anywhere in Melbourne (Australia) where I can be almost guaranteed to find a chunky shark tooth My daughters and I always go to Beaumaris and need somewhere new that isn’t too far away. Thank you for any help any of you can give me.
  20. Found these on Wrightsville Beach today in the shell beds at the waterline. I think the first one is Tiger and the last is Great White but would love some ID help! ruler is metric. Thanks!
  21. Egrigg

    Texas Shark Teeth

    Can anyone help me ID these two shark teeth, they are from Texas so that might help limit options.
  22. Fin Lover

    Two more shark teeth

    Sorry to post again already, but my husband is getting jealous of my finds and wants me to ask what his are. Both were found in Summerville, SC. I'm not sure if ID is possible since they are broken pieces, but maybe one is large enough. I'm thinking Angustiden on the larger one, but could be way off. Thanks for the help; you all are great!
  23. Fossilsforever

    Possible Parotodus benedeni tooth

    Hi all, A longer time ago I found a thick shark tooth from the Tertiary (about 3 cm long). From the Netherlands. It looks like a Parotodus benedeni tooth (a very thick rooth and thick tooth overall). It looks like the one on this site: LINK Perhaps other opinions?
  24. It has been almost 2 years since I have explored the Cretaceous streams in New Jersey. I have hardly been out fossilhunting at all in the past two years actually. Yesterday my boys had a Winter Percussion Band competition at Monroe Township High Shcool which is only about a 1/2 hour drive to Big Brook. My boys had 2 performances, one around 3pm and another around 8pm which gave me a window of a couple hours to explore the stream in between shows. When I arrived at the stream I immediately saw piles of gravel littering the banks everywhere. A sure tell sign that people have been hitting the str

    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?
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