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  1. Would it be possible to remove from matrix? Is it better left in the matrix considering it already has damage? The matrix is a hard sandy kind of rock.
  2. 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!
  3. Fin Lover

    My first bone?

    I need help to identify one more thing, please (for now). Found this on the bank at Sawmill Branch in Summerville, SC (note: did not dig, use tools or collanders, or go under the water, although I know I can go under the water once I get a hobby license ). I believe it is my first piece of bone (may have some small chips from the beach, but nothing this size). Husband thinks it's bone, as well. Is there any way to identify something this size? Type of animal and general area of the body is sufficient for me (I don't know what some of the specifics mean anyways). Sorry if the pics aren't grea
  4. Hi all, I found this piece of bone in the Oligocene Chandler Bridge formation in an area just outside the town of Summerville South Carolina. Is this potentially one of the halves of a whale or large dolphin atlas vertebra?
  5. Brad s.

    White canine tooth

    When I saw the white color I immediately thought it was modern, but an isurus retroflexus tooth found nearby was close to the same color.
  6. Sharktoothmike

    Greetings from Charleston SC!

    Was poking around a spot I've been to a couple times, have found some meg fragments, great white teeth, etc, when I happened to find what I thought was a brick then immediately knew it was a vert. Please help!
  7. Ben&Jess

    Fossil id

    This looks like a ray plate however it’s shiny black on one side yet it doesn’t have all the markings of a ray plate!?!?!!
  8. Ben&Jess

    Shark teeth

    Wife found these two. Not quite seen them before and any of the sites we use to identify, we couldn’t find anything. Any ideas??
  9. Ben&Jess

    Fossilized nose?

    This fossil appears to have two holes at equal length on one side and it comes out the back at a larger distance apart. You can see all the way though each hole
  10. Ben&Jess

    Fossilized animal or object

    Multi layered rock with what appears to be a fossilized object on one side
  11. Ben&Jess

    Fossil or rock

    Thought this might be flint but don’t get the the outside shell of the object, thoughts???
  12. Ben&Jess


    Need help ID with this fossil appears to be a bone with possible tooth??
  13. Ben&Jess

    Shark tooth

    My wife found this the other day we have not seen one ever with markings down the sides of the tooth, any idea what species??
  14. Ben&Jess

    Fossil tooth?

    Wife found this today. We think it may be teeth and part of a jaw possibly mammal? Any ideas?
  15. Ben&Jess

    Fossilized bone

    Hollow bone. Looks fossilized. Did the burn test just to make sure no burnt hair smell at all. I thought only birds had hollow bones, any ideas??
  16. Ben&Jess

    Fossil ID

    Is this a ground sloth tooth?
  17. Ben&Jess

    Shark tooth ID

    Appears to be a very old tooth. Seems worn down??
  18. Ben&Jess

    Possible turtle shell??

    These look to possibly be small pieces of fossilized turtle shell??
  19. Ben&Jess

    Fossil ID unknown

    We have found several of these in different sizes on our trips to the creek. They have been cleaned up. Mostly found in the clay sand. Don’t have a clue as to what they are??
  20. Ben&Jess

    Fossil on rock ID both

    We found a few of these stones. It looks like flint or Chert is this correct?? However there are white marks in the stone along with what looks like a shell just trying to ID if these may be fossilized organisms?
  21. Ben&Jess

    Skull fossil ID

    Wife discovered this skull today. We cleaned it up a bit but have no idea what it is?
  22. Ben&Jess

    Fossil tooth

    Need help ID with the fossil teeth all found near the Ashley river
  23. Ben&Jess

    ID this fossil

    Don’t have any idea what this is??
  24. Ben&Jess

    Need help ID this bone??

    Definitely feels like bone but we have no clue as to what?
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