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  1. My kids and I have had a very successful year, so far, collecting a ton of Miocene fossils from the Calvert Cliffs. Along with some larger shark teeth, cetacean bones, etc., we accumulated a couple of containers full of smaller and broken teeth, ray plate pieces, unidentifiable bone fragments, and the like. After some discussion, my boys and I agreed it would be great if we could donate many of these "excess" finds to the Calvert Marine Museum to support their youth educational programs. This is actually where my kids and I first learned about fossil collecting from the Calvert Cliffs ourselv
  2. SharkySarah

    P. contortus?

    Fairly confident this is a P. contortus but would love a second opinion. From the Calvert formation.
  3. SharkySarah

    Carcharhinus sp 2

    From the Calvert formation I think it’s a Carcharhinus sp. but would really appreciate a second opinion.
  4. SharkySarah

    Carcharhinus sp. 1

    This tooth is from the Calvert formation. I would like a second opinion but I think it’s a Carcharhinus sp. yes or no??
  5. butchndad

    Jaw/teeth of what?

    Can anyone try to indenting what I think is a jaw fragment with teeth, the large one being broken. Approximately 1/2 by 3/8 inches. I presume it to me modern. Thank you as always
  6. LauraDinosaura

    Potomic Paleocene Teeth ID Help Request

    I recently took a trip to Purse State Park, MD, U.S. and found this tooth fossil that I cannot identify. Because of the location (Potomic River), I assume it is Paleocene era. The fossil is 13 mm (0.5 inches) across. The pictures are of each side. Please help me identify this fossil.
  7. Kolya

    Burnhamia tooth?

    Hello! Could it be Burnhamia tooth? Length: 6,5 mm. Age: Paleogene-Miocene. Location: Western Ukraine. Thanks!
  8. SharkySarah

    Tiger like?

    I think this is a tiger-like from the Calvert formation. Opinions?
  9. SharkySarah

    Help needed

    I’m currently looking on fossil guy but I’m stumped. Ideas?
  10. SharkySarah

    Lemon shark

    I think this is a lemon shark from the Calvert formation. Any thoughts?
  11. SharkySarah

    Tiger teeth

    Trying to use fossil guy to ID teeth from the Calvert formation. Is this a tiger?
  12. SharkySarah

    Brachyurus?

    I’m trying to use fossil guy to identify fossils from the Calvert formation. I think this is Brachyurus but I’m looking for a second opinion.
  13. SharkySarah

    Lemon shark?

    I think this is a lemon shark tooth. From Calvert formation. Trying to use fossil guy to help but am so new to this
  14. SharkySarah

    Hemi or another shark?

    Hemipristis or another shark type. Found in Calvert formation. Trying to use fossil guy but still not good at this.
  15. SharkySarah

    Is this a Mako?

    Is this a mako tooth? From the Calvert formation.
  16. Here is a jaw with two teeth. The entire length of the jaw is about 6.25 inches. The teeth are about 11/16 and 12/16 long and the largest about 9/16 wide at the widest place. They were found on a Florida beach near Fort Pierce. Don't know what the animal would be. Thanks for all the great help.
  17. Kolya

    Tooth ID

    Hello! Is it very worn Heterodont tooth or something else. Length: 5 mm. Age: probably Miocene. Location: Western Ukraine. Thanks in advance!
  18. Here is a brief report from one of our latest forays into Calvert County, MD. The well-known stretch of shoreline along the western Chesapeake Bay is loaded with Miocene fossils, with the Calvert, St. Mary's, and Choptank formations progressively exposed along a ~24 mile stretch of beach and cliffs. We found an Airbnb in Lusby, MD which was not too far from Matoaka Lodges, which seemed the best bet since the nearly 2 mile walk to the beaches at Calvert Cliffs State Park is impractical for our family at this time. Covid-19 and Maryland's onerous private land regulations can make it
  19. Kolya

    Shark tooth ID

    Hello! Help please to ID. Max. length: 8 mm. Location: Western Ukraine. Age: probably Miocene. Thanks in advance!
  20. Caallison

    Strange Grab Bag of Bones

    So over the past couple of posts, i have focused on the individual bones that I have found in the overburden dig site at my plant. One spot in particular has continuously been a gold mine, and have lovingly called my Proboscidean site, after the Proboscidean scapula fragments I first found there. Over the course of 14 months (4 to 6 hours per month) I have dug up more and more fragments of different bones that eventually piece together, but now i have started to find bones of other animals. With all this I have started to wonder if there is some bigger picture I am missing trying to ID each bo
  21. chandlerolson

    Can't ID Recent Find at Big Brook

    Can anyone help me ID this fossil tooth? I found it today at the Big Brooke Creek in New Jersey and I'm not sure how to figure out what it is. Thanks! Chandler Olson
  22. Does anyone know anytips about finding teeth in ignaberga?
  23. Over the Columbus Day weekend, I planned to make a trip up from Virginia to New Jersey to visit my mother and other family. The trip offered the opportunity to check out one of the cretaceous sites in NJ that I have read about so much here--and that my son has been begging to visit for, like, a year. Never having collected there, I reached out to forum members @Trevor and @The Jersey Devil for any suggestions they could offer to a couple of cretaceous creek newbies and they really came through! (Thanks, again guys!) With tips in hand we arrived at our collecting location early on Sunday, ho
  24. Kolya

    Squalus tooth?

    Hello! Is it Squalus tooth. Length: 4 mm. Age: Creataceous- Miocene. Location: Western Ukraine Thanks!
  25. Can anyone please help me in identifying this tooth? I’m leaning towards an extinct sub species of the great white however I cannot be sure.. any input would be greatly appreciated
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