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  1. CrashLizard

    Tooth, teeth, or something else?

    Edit: sorry somehow the images got out of order. Just to make it more challenging, I guess. These are some other items I have found looking for shark teeth near Venice Florida, in the surf. I'm not sure if the first four are similar or not. All conical, and show worn or broken off layers. One is slightly corkscrews, and one has a bump on one side. The second batch are all similar, with ridges around a cusp, and a smaller end. The last looks like a human incisor, though I would guess it is from a deer or something similar. I found a couple pieces of fossilized antler in
  2. daves64

    Peace River unknowns

    A couple years ago I got some fossils & a chunk of matrix from @Bone Daddy. The matrix was from the Gardner locality on the Peace River. I had picked at it off & on until I ended up with a hard block. Recently I soaked it in some water for a day, then let it dry some & started trying to break it up. I found some items that I'm not quite sure what to make of. The largest piece is 9 mm long x 6 mm at the widest & wedge shaped. The other 2 pieces were with it. Any idea's what I found? The pics are at 30 x magnification using a Dino-Lite w/ photo stacking.
  3. I have only this pic to answer challenge. "What is these teeth" teeth pics from thailand museum. Hint from museum is "Slime prey" I don't know some teeth but i think 1.Siamosaurus suteethorni (Thailand 's spinosauridae) 2.? I think Enchodus teeth 3.Crocodile teeth 4.Tiger teeth? 5.Dolphin teeth Please help thank you
  4. MoRockHunter

    Fossils?

    I was picking through a few of my rocks and decided I would pull these out and ask y'all if you could identify any of them as teeth? And if yes what did they belong to?
  5. Spartanz800

    Jawbone?

    I have other pics but won't let me upload over 4mb? But anyone know what kind of fossil this is?
  6. MrBones

    Teeth or claws?

    I found these teeth-like fossils on a beach close to the Sir Bani Yas ferry jetty, they were laying amoung thousands of tiny shells surrounding a pipe. The first fossil looks to me like a tooth, I have found a sawfish rostrum close to this beach before. The next two fossils have weird holes at the back, it looks like worn down crab pincers.
  7. MeisTravis

    Big Brook Teeth

    I went to big brook, NJ back in September and have a couple of my finds that I wasn’t 100% sure on what they were. Any help is appreciated! #1 -
  8. I found 2 separate sets of these- 1 set on 2 different days in the Danube River in Germany. These look like teeth, but when I cleaned them they began to smell like skunk.... the more I cleaned, the stinkier they got. Anyone know if they are teeth, a plant, or something else entirely? It was very difficult to determine. (My husband is a dentist and initially he was certain they were not teeth, but after being cleaned, it was even more ambiguous.) I finally gave-up, took this picture, and threw them away... FAR AWAY! Thank you!
  9. shawna bell

    are these teeth??

    I found these buried in a creek bed in south-east Kansas. I have been digging this spot for a few months and it is the first time in over 20 years of fossil hunting in this creek that I have ever come across these. I have no idea what they could be and have not had any luck trying to hunt down information on line. I hope someone here might be able to help me I.D. them. thank you all for having a look. -Shawna bell
  10. MFowler

    NSR...Teeth?

    From the album: N Sulphur River (2nd Trip 3/13)

    I found these near the bridge @ 2990. A person (who knew what they were talking about) told me they were teeth, but I can't remember what kind.
  11. MFowler

    NSR...Teeth?

    From the album: N Sulphur River (2nd Trip 3/13)

    Anyone know what kind of teeth these are?
  12. dale carter

    Castle Rock,kansas

    found this at castle rock, have not a clue what it is
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