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  1. I am going to take my 9 years old son to California in mid February for a week. We plan to collect shark tooth at Ernst Quarries and we also want to collect other fossils along the coast from San Francisco to LA. I did many research and found a few sites that we really want to go. Bean Creek at Scotts Valley for sand dollar, Capitola Beach for shells and maybe whale bone, Carmel valley for crab, and Jalama Beach for fish. I did more research and found out that the Bean Creek location is off limit now. I would like to ask if the other places still ok. We will fly to LA and driv
  2. Just acquired a small megalodon tooth, I’m not sure if it is a hubbell type meg? The definition of hubbell is just ”heart shape and small” or is it has more specific definition?
  3. M_edge95

    Shark tooth identification

    Wondering what type of sharks teeth these are and possibly how old.
  4. Elizabeth R

    Tooth identification

    Hello. I'm fairly new to the fossil world and having problems identifying a tooth i found yesterday. It was found at a rock quarry in Marianna Florida
  5. It took me a few hours to complete this video but I had a lot of fun making it. Enjoy https://youtu.be/5H1FugXcDNQ
  6. Just acquired this megalodon tooth from Indonesia, it has some kind of etching all over the crown, but both root and the crown are solid, not like most of the land find indo meg. I’m wondering if this tooth is digested ?
  7. Recently just got back from a trip on Tybee Island! During this trip I went out looking for shark teeth several times a day, and even did a tour with Sundial Charters! Overall in 6 days I found over 150 shark teeth and countless other fossils! I'll be posting them on here! Here's the coolest tooth I found actually on Tybee, I believe it's a Great Hammerhead.
  8. sharkysaurus

    Possible shark tooth?

    I found this tooth today in Colorado Springs. In the Pierre Shale formation. It looks very shark tooth like. I prepped it out a bit to expose it more. I think it might be Pseudocorax granti ? ... but I'm not sure. Could this be a shark tooth and if so what species?
  9. Figured I would post a short trip report from yesterday the 27-05-2017. This trip went to the eastern coastline of Denmarks mainland, and the visible cliffs here consist of bryozoan chalk. There is however a layer of roughly 500mm that is composed of cerithium chalk, which is my primary focus since it is here snails, ammonites, crabs, isopods and other fossils not preserved (or rarely) elsewhere reside. During winter, alot of the hardened chalk and flint goes through a freeze-thaw process many times leaving the pieces split in half, often broken at the weake
  10. DisplayName

    NJ Fossils

    I did some surface hunting around the Big Brook region of New Jersey, came away with some nice finds but lots of questions. I did my best to guess from photos online, but would love a second opinion, and some of these I really just have no idea... maybe a worn mosasaur tooth? A fragment of sea turtle shell... or just a shell? A claw or small tooth from some sort of mammal? The last almost looks modern by the color but is fossilized behind (see final photo).
  11. Hello! I’ve been tracking my surrounding areas in the last year finding new spots that yield great things. And I’ve seen several people I’ve met in passing hit Gainesville with great success! I’ve read that there were some newer crack downs on fossil hunting in the city limits and I’m reaching out for any further information or even any local hunters willing to get out and breathe some smooth fresh air this Sunday, December 12th? This may be one of my last hunts for a while due to a beautiful life addition coming up! Ive done plenty of reading up on Hogstown and Ra
  12. ChristopherWay

    Epic Unusual Find in Andalusia

    Hello All! I’m Christopher and I’m new to the gang! I want to thank anyone and everyone in advance for the help and learning that will come from this site! I want to share a recent epic find as a first hello! I couldn’t believe that 90* bend!! IMG_3810.MOV
  13. ChristopherWay

    Andalusia, AL Shark Teeth ID

    Hello! I’ve been a shark tooth hunter for several years now and have tried to find places around the South to keep my mind going and I found a newer spot for me in Andalusia, AL. And along the way I have found a few teeth styles I haven’t seen before and was looking for any kind of help identifying. Thanks so much for any help!
  14. SharkySarah

    Worn Carcharhinus sp??

    From the Miocene of Virginia- Calvert formation
  15. SharkySarah

    Carcharhinus sp.???

    Miocene of Virginia- Calvert formation
  16. Well over a decade ago I found a Hexanchus shark tooth in matrix in the Monterey Formation in California. It passed through many hands later, eventually ending up with Doug Donald. I think it sold in the auction of his collection when he passed away. Anyone know who has it now?
  17. I just obtained a new fossil and tried to take it out of the rock, but in the process I discovered that the root of one of this tooth was artificially shaped with a chalk-like material. Moreover, it seems to be squeezed by the stratum, causing the entire crown to be rotated to the left, so I decided not to continue cleaning to avoid the entire specimen from breaking. (The longest side of this tooth is three inches long.)
  18. 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.
  19. 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.
  20. Good day everyone, Found a couple more shark teeth and was wondering what sharks they came from, any help identifying would be appreciated.
  21. Good day everyone, I am new to the site and fossil hunting - I found this tooth today and have been unable to confidently identify it. I thought it might be an extinct great white or mako? but as I said I am a beginner and would appreciate the advice of someone more versed in this area of expertise. Any help would be appreciated. (All pictures are same shark tooth - found Cape Town, South Africa) Thank you.
  22. RickCalif

    Carcharocles chubutensis

    From the album: Shark teeth

    Predecessor to the Megdolon lived during Oligocene, Miocene, and Pliocene.
  23. I found this on the beach in Englewood Florida one year. I have always wondered what it was. I just enjoy the hunt for sharks teeth and other fossils. It's very calming for me I've finally decided to learn about my collection. This is my most curious piece. This forum is so cool. Wish I would have looked for y'all a long time ago. I hope the pictures are done correctly and do it justice. Maybe it's just a rock but I love it.
  24. 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!
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