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  1. BellamyBlake

    Southeastern United States Sharks

    I received a lot of teeth from the Southeastern United States today. I couldn't identify three. While many of these came from Bone Valley, I can't say for certain that these three are from that locality. The only provenance I have to go with is the Southeastern United States. Here are front and back shots for each of the three teeth. The first two are 1/4", while the last one is 1/8". Each has cusps. I would appreciate any help with this. Thank you, Bellamy
  2. Quampegan

    Unusual form

    Unusual, very black and smooth. I’ve collecter turtle shell fragments and bone before but this seems different. Very flat on one side with a center raised section on the other. Found along intercoastal river near Charleston, SC I appreciate any ideas. Not like my usual turtle finds! Quampegan
  3. Thomas.Dodson

    Unidentified Summerville Tooth

    Greetings everyone. I collected this pretty little tooth on one of my Summerville, SC trips when I lived in Georgia. It's escaped scrutiny until now. While it unfortunately lacks the root the uniqueness has made me pursue an ID anyway, although it might not be possible. I have considered a serrated Alopias grandis based on the depth, irregular serrations, and overall shape. I've also considered a juvenile Otodus angustidens but I'm having difficulty finding good examples so a lot of comparisons are instead made with other Otodus species. I'd be interested in seeing what others think.
  4. Charleston

    Amber beach find?

    After a storm recently I was walking down the beach and found a large rock in the surf at a beach off of Charleston, SC. The first photo is of the rock intact, the second is of pieces of the rock that broke off when I tried to lift it. I looked online for tests for Amber. I completed the salt water float test (the piece that I tested floated), hot needle (it smelled like pine resin), and acetone test (it did not dissolve). Having passed all of theses tests I'm feeling more confident that it might be Amber? Would love thoughts from the forum. Is it amber? Where would it come from to
  5. Chris Anderson

    Giant ground sloth tooth fragment

    Found this piece on North Myrtle Beach. I am almost certain it is a giant ground sloth tooth fragment from what I seen. The front and black has the jet black enamel of a tooth and is layered. I've never found a sloth tooth before so I would like to be sure that is what it is. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  6. Jello5700

    Shark tooth ID

    Is this a Great White Shark tooth? Found this in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA about 15 years ago and just refound it while cleaning out a desk. It is about 1.25 inches (31.75mm) long and curves back from base to tip with serrations along the edge. Thanks!
  7. Chris Anderson

    Body armour?

    Here is yet another fossil me and my wife found today in North Myrtle Beach. It looks possibly like some type of body armour maybe off a armadillo but we are not sure. Please help us identify this fossil.
  8. Chris Anderson

    Bivalves

    Here is a nice pair of bivalves (sterkin) fossils. Me and my wife found, they were found in Myrtle Beach in the shell patches. The one on the right has a nice coral growth on it.
  9. Chris Anderson

    Myrtle Beach turtle shell fragment

    Here is another turtle shell fragment found on the beach today at low tide.
  10. Chris Anderson

    Unidentified piece

    My wife found this to today on Myrtle Beach. I have no idea what it is. To me it doesn't look like a stone it has a strange texture and the consistency of bone. If anybody out there knows what this is we would appreciate it greatly.
  11. Chris Anderson

    Tooth embedded in stone

    Here is a fossil sand tiger tooth my wife found in this sedimentary stone on Myrtle Beach.
  12. Chris Anderson

    Puffer fish mouth plates

    Here are some puffer fish mouth plates me and my wife found today on Myrtle Beach.
  13. Chris Anderson

    Tiger shark tooth

    Here is a nice tiger shark tooth my wife found today, a small portion of the right side is missing.
  14. Chris Anderson

    Alligator or crocidle tooth?

    Me and my wifewere walking North Myrtle Beach today and found this with a bunch of sharks teeth and other fossils. It looks like either a alligator or crocidle tooth to me. I can't seem to get a good inside picture of it where it is broken. There is no shiny black enamel on it. Can anyone please help identify it?
  15. Chris Anderson

    Fossil tooth

    Me and my wife found this tooth on Myrtle Beach today. I believe it is a bison tooth. Any help would be greatly appreciated. We were so excited to find this!!!!!
  16. Chris Anderson

    Mystery Bone

    Found these this evening on mrytle Beach. I don't know what animal they come off of but they are good sized? Does anyone have any helpful information on what they come off of?
  17. Chris Anderson

    Petrified wood

    Found this piece today on North Myrtle Beach. I have never found a piece of petrefied wood before but I do own a piece. The pattern on it looks like examples I've seen bit I'm not sure. Any help with greatly be appreciated
  18. Chris Anderson

    Beach fossil

    Found this piece today on North Myrtle Beach. It has a neat pattern on it. It is a roughly 1/4 inch thick. It could possibly be a turtle shell fragment? That is my closest guess. Found on North Myrtle Beach.
  19. Chris Anderson

    Fossil moullsk

    Here is a pair of fossil moullsk she'll me and my wife found today. I believe they are also called sterkins. These were found on North Myrtle Beach.
  20. Chris Anderson

    A Lucky tooth

    I call this one a Lucky tooth. I was bending down to fix my pants leg, I spotted it out of of the corner of my eye. I believe it is a fossiled deer tooth. The gum is all there and half of the tooth is sticking out of the gum. This was found on North Myrtle Beach today. I would really like help comfirming this is a deers tooth. I appreciate all of y'alls advice.
  21. Chris Anderson

    Unidentified fossil rib fragment

    I found this piece on North Myrtle Beach today. I believe it is a rib fragment of some sort. U have no idea what it could have come off of. I was guessing a dolphin or possibly a small whale. The shark tooth hunting today has been slow but have found a few fossils. Any help on this one would be greatly appreciated.
  22. Chris Anderson

    Shark tooth

    My wife Nicole found this nice size sharks tooth today on North Myrtle Beach. All the enamel is worn off and the left side of the gum is missing. It would have been wonderful if she would have found it in good condition but still a exciting find! We hope all of y'all are finding alot too
  23. Chris Anderson

    Turtle shell fragments?

    just got done looking for more sharks teeth and other fossils. Found these within a 100 yards of each other. I believe they are turtle shell fragments from what I have seen from before. Can anyone please telle if I am right? These were found in North Myrtle Beach.
  24. Chris Anderson

    Unidentified fossil

    I was picking up a sand tiger shark tooth and this was laying beside it. I'm sure it is a fossil but I have no idea what is. I would appreciate any help identifying it.
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