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Found 385 results

  1. Fossil of holes

    Not exactly sure what this is, my first thought is a burrow fossil but not sure. Each hole is roughly half a centimeter wide with a grouping of 6 of them. Any ideas? Found in Summerville SC stream bed
  2. Hello. My son and I are heading to South Carolina to Summerville area and Folly Beach area to search for Shark Teeth. This is a big trip from California for 4 full days and we hope to find some great fossils. This is August 4th-7th. We are doing an excursion on the 4th. But for the next day or two it is quite hard to figure which creeks/rivers are OK to go to which will give us some luck. Any insights? Checked the forums but it has been hard to find exactly where to go. On the last day we head to Folly beach to see what is there. Any insight on what section to start with? I have been following the tide charts. Thank you!
  3. Looking for help starting out

    Hello fossil hunters. I have moved to South Carolina, Myrtle Beach, from Pennsylvania over a year and a half ago. I am anxious to try my hand at hunting for sharks teeth on land in South Carolina. I have dove the Cooper River for sharks teeth about five years ago. We did eight dives in two days and collected A variety of nice teeth and a few Meg partials. I don’t like diving with alligators. I have collected some Fossils from Illinois ,Pennsylvania, New Jersey and shark teeth from the beaches by our home in Myrtle Beach. I have seen several videos of shark tooth hunters on land west of Charleston. I would really appreciate some help with directions on a place that I can start hunting also. Being new to the area I am looking for help in where to start hunting on land. Thank you in advance for any help that anyone can give me. Ron
  4. I found this listed as having no restoration. The back looks totally real to me - too much damage to be restored. The root and edges look fine to me as well, but something about the enamel just below the bourlette seems off. I may just be seeing things as the hydration cracks look real, but figured I should ask here before buying. Restoration can be tricky to spot sometimes.
  5. Hilton Head Beach Find

    Can anyone please help me identify this? Thank you
  6. Two recent finds from Cooper River SC

    Hello Forum Friends, I've got two recent finds, found during a dive trip to the Cooper river, that I'd like to I.D.. The first is very tiny, 5 ~ 6 mm on the long edge, with an unusual pattern (it's difficult to photograph something so small). The 2nd item, I believe may be a whale tooth frag. it's pretty worn, and split. The inner structure is visible.
  7. Recently got my first Megalodon tooth, this one originating from I believe South Carolina. 4 5/16"
  8. Need a little help identifying these teeth

    Okay so I found one tooth that I know for a fact is indeed a shark tooth, however, I am still a little skeptical about the second one. It has the right shape and texture to it as well as what appears to be a root line. I also added a photo that compares the broken tips of the two, and the inner portion of them seem to match pretty well, but I am not really sure if it is a tooth or not. I am really looking to identify the first tooth if possible, and confirm or deny that the second is a tooth. These were both found on my last trip to Myrtle Beach in South Carolina.
  9. Today’s haul

    What all do I have here? Anything in particular catch anyone’s eye?
  10. Fossil ID Help

    Hey everyone, I'm new to fossil hunting and I recently took my little brother fossil hunting for the first time. Here are a few fossils that we are unable to identify.
  11. Summerville April 06 2018

    From the album Summerville, SC Fossil Hunts

    Carcharocles (O.) angustidens Also two barracuda teeth in a portion of jaw

    © Matthew Brett Rutland

  12. Summerville June 04 2018

    From the album Summerville, SC Fossil Hunts

    Hemipristis serra Carcharocles (O.) angustidens Also a waipatiid dolphin a tusked or toothed dolphin from the Late Oligocene

    © Matthew Brett Rutland

  13. Beach find

    Found Myrtle beach South Carolina where Cretaceous, Pliocene, and Pleistocene material can be found. An old beach find that I had mistakenly taken for a stingray barb. Could it be part of a small pointed Rostrum? Im really not sure, any ideas appreciated!
  14. Shark tooth

    Found Myrtle Beach South Carolina, where Cretaceous, Pliocene, and Pleistocene material can be found. I know much of the root is missing, I can’t decide on what this tooth is. Any help appreciated!
  15. Unknown

    Found at Myrtle Beach, SC, where Cretaceous, Pliocene, and Pleistocene aged material can be found. This is an old find that I had written off as a clam steinkern piece or something of the sort, but now looking at it the line patterning is pretty different than anything I’ve seen. Any ideas appreciated!
  16. Mammal Tooth/Jaw ID help needed!

    Hello! This is my first post so I hope I am following all of the protocol:) . My family and I are amateur surface hunters. Mostly along the beaches searching for shark's teeth, mouth plates, and various other fossils. My father found this on Edisto Beach, South Carolina this past weekend. It was partially buried in the sand, but he could see the outline under the sand and pulled it up. He discovered what appears to be a partially fossilized mammal jaw. It looks to be a horse or other hooved animal jaw. I was unable to find a similar looking tooth online. These are just the photos I snapped on the beach. I can post better ones if needed. Would love any help or pointing in the right direction! Thank you for your time!
  17. ID help

    A couple more Myrtle beach finds I’m not sure about. Cretaceous, Pliocene, and Pleistocene age fossils can be found there. Any help greatly appreciated! #1 wood? #2 turtle shell?
  18. I've been going through some unknowns from various past hunts and here is one mystery. This piece looks like it should be familiar and I feel like I've seen it somewhere. This object is about 5.5 cm on longest dimension. It is hard/mineral--not modern bone. It was found in stream gravels at a site that is nearly pure marine Oligocene. Some Pleistocene material is theoretically possible, but I've never found it here. The site is richly fossiliferous with a variety of vertebrate/invertebrate material. Common vertebrates include: sharks/rays/sawfish, bony fish, turtles, crocodilians, toothed/baleen whales, manatee/dugong. My best guess is that it is a ceremonial helmet, once worn by ancient tiny gnomes during demonic rituals. On the off chance I'm wrong about this, who has another idea? It could be a modern human artifact for all I know, but it looks bony and has a foramen-looking hole that brings to mind words like "neural", "vertebral", or "cranial". Thanks for looking. G
  19. Unknown

    Found Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Where Cretaceous, Pliocene, and Pleistocene aged material can be found. I’m not sure what this is, at first I thought it was some kind of boring but it seems that is just because some of the ‘circles’ have fallen out. Any help greatly appreciated! Very small details so these photos were taken under a magnifying lense.
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