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  1. Daddy

    Fossil bone or tooth ID help

    Hello, I found this tooth or fossilized bone on a sandbar on a small creek in central Manitoba, Canada. Any help identifying it is appreciated.
  2. TheDinosaurKing

    Theropod Id Needed!

    Hello All I haven't the foggiest idea what species this tooth i saw on an online site is. @Troodon can you or someone else id this tooth for me? All I know is it Is 1 1/2 " long i don't have a location for this nice carnivore tooth. Thanks in Advance!
  3. Searcher78

    Unknown fossil/tooth? Maryland

    I was going through my unknown fossil bits and thought this looked like the main cusp of a cow shark (Paleocene). My problem is....I can’t remember if I found this at Douglas Point or at flag pond (this is my only fossil that got mixed up)
  4. Hi everyone, found this in a new jersey cretaceous creek. Looks like a partial enamel something but I'm not exactly sure what it can possibly be from, it interestingly has some very defined ridges on the least worn side. Very hard to catch the clearest pics to show the sharpest definition but I tried to get the best I could. Maybe this can be a clue to a potential id. Pictures of it with whiteish background are upside down.
  5. Was about thinking to add an Indonesian tooth to the collection. But asked myself if this one is repaired or not? Any comments I'd appreciate
  6. Hi, my brother got me a Megalodon tooth for me birthday. He said he bought it from a seller here in the netherlands. It supposed to be from S. Carolina We both are asking us ourselves if it's legit or not?
  7. Kolya

    Ray tooth?

    Hello! Help please to identify this fossil. I think that it is tooth of some Ray. May be, Torpedo..? On a second photo - together with a male Dasyatis. Max. radius - 1,5 mm. Middle Miocene. Western Ukraine. Thanks in advance!
  8. DatFossilBoy

    Juvenile Pliosaurus tooth?

    Hey guys, I have this marine reptile tooth from the Ryazan region ,Russia. I was wondering what it could be, it’s really tiny at 6mm. It ressembles the morphology of plio teeth but I’ve never seen plio teeth that small. Hoping someone could help. Regards
  9. emartell

    Peace River tooth id?

    Wondering what type of tooth this is. Found on Manasota Key beach, Venice, Florida - Peace River formation. Ideas? Thanks!
  10. Hi everyone ! I need some help in ID these Permian fossil that I found in Permian matrix from Comanche country , Oklahoma Any rare find ? haha Thank in Advance Guns Number 1 Number 2 Number 3 Number 4 Number 5
  11. Vieira

    Miocene tooth

    Hello, I have this tooth for a few years and I have some doubts in the right ID. Its from a Miocene (Burdigalian) formation in Portugal. Size - 4cm. I assume it's from a marine mammal right? But which species? Best Regards Vieira
  12. Jonathan Raymond

    Deinosuchus teeth?

    Is it deinosuchus teeth ? These are 4 different teeth.
  13. This was found close to Charleston, SC. Any ideas on what it might be from? It looks mammal to me.
  14. softiesongbird

    Fossil Tooth (some sort of shark?)

    Not too long ago I got some sort of tooth from a seller at a show. She inherited it from a family member (her mother, if memory serves) and believed it to be a megalodon tooth, but she doesn't specialize in fossils in the slightest, and it doesn't 100% look like the megalodon teeth I've seen before, plus I don't think she did extensive research because if it is indeed a megalodon tooth then I think I bought it for quite the steal. I've bought from her before, and I trust that she's not being maliciously dishonest, but I definitely want a more expert opinion. I'm certainly new to this realm and
  15. Jaeta

    Calvert find - Rock or tooth?

    Found this at Calvert today. Was about to toss it aside as a rock, but I thought it might be a tooth. Possibly a crocodile tooth or just a rock pretending to be a tooth?
  16. Hello all, I think I wasted my money. Please try to check if the root of this tooth is completely fake? I see the top of the tooth was added with to the end of the tooth but the root is some king of stone? Thank you. Best regards.
  17. Many of the fossils collected from the Bighorn Basin are coated in this nasty purple-ish carbonate material. I've tried soaking it in a dilute acetic acid but it's not very effective. Would dilute muriatic acid work? Or would it react with hydroxyapatite?
  18. steviefossils

    Mosasaur or croc?

    Hi all, I recovered this split tooth from Big Brook park in Monmouth, NJ (late cretaceous). I've checked a couple websites that give information on Big Brook, and I can't conclude either way if it is mosasaur or croc (or similar to a croc). I included close-ups to show enamel, and held it to show the shape of the tooth towards its root. Thanks, Steve
  19. Sebastian2.0

    Megalodon Tooth?

    Can anyone help us identify this tooth that we found near Bakersfield? We are hoping it's a baby megalodon tooth. Our other thought is that it might be a snaggletooth shark. Thanks for your help.
  20. IsaacTheFossilMan

    Tiny tooth from the Cotswolds, UK

    Hi all! Most of you will know me as an invertebrate person, but, recently, I found something that may change my view! I was splitting some Jurassic Cotswold limestone, and I found a tooth. A tiny tiny tooth, which I believe to be a shark(?). In other chunks of the matrix, I found scales, and other hints to vertebrate life. It heavily fluoresces under UV light, and has these gorgeous lines along the flat crown. To the bottom right of the tooth, there is a partial mold of a brachiopod, which is pretty cool! Ancholme Group, Callovian - Oxfordian (166.1 - 157.3 mya). As a sister questio
  21. Hey all, The serrations on this cacharodontosaurtooth seem to be fake. Am I correct? Thank you for helping out!
  22. Titan

    Unknown Marine Reptile Tooth?

    Hi Everyone, I recently found this tooth (in situ) and can't seem to place it. I haven't personally found another like it and after looking through various resources I am even more confused. It doesn't look like the other mosasaur teeth I've found except for perhaps a very thin platecarpus. Any feedback on an identification would be awesome. Thanks! 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6:
  23. PetrosTrilobite

    Edaphosaurus tooth?

    I seen this as a Edaphosaurus tooth. What do you believe?
  24. SharkOop

    Who's was this?

    Location found: SW Florida Hello. I am unsure about who this tooth belongs to. Can anyone identify it?
  25. goldsmacker

    Opalised Dino Tooth? Pic Heavy

    Hello everyone I have recently obtained an opal parcel of rough to cut into gems from the opal fields at lightning ridge Australia, however right before I was about to grind this one rough opal something stood out. I remembered walking in the natural history museum in Sidney Australia and noticed the opalized teeth of varies animals/dinos etc. This one was just like one I had seen many years ago. I cleaned it only; no polish just water and a soft paintbrush as not to alter it. From my research, I found a possible match a Hypsilophodon it lived in the area where lightning ridge opals are fo
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