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  1. PetrosTrilobite

    Dimetrodon tooth?

    Hello! It is a dimetrodon tooth? From texas red beds. Size about 0.6 inch
  2. Hyaena

    Mysterious tooth object

    Hello dear forum members. Please help identify the find. The object was found 10 years ago and was shown to many specialists. Most of them agree that it is a tooth. From myself I will add that it is really fossilized. Fossils of this facies may contain Eocene and Pleistocene remains, with some Cretaceous (?).Here is an object from all possible angles, a millimeter ruler. No matter how funny it sounds, it looks a bit like a human tooth, although this is certainly not the case. Location, Russia, Ural, Derney stream. Thank you for your attention.
  3. Hi everyone! Im looking for some Nice quality megalodon teeth. I don't mind the location I've got a permafrost complete rare mammoth molar for offer. As wel as a rare collection of belgian megalodon teeth
  4. PetrosTrilobite

    My new titanosaur tooth

    This is my new titanosaur tooth, the largest herbivore tooth in my collection at 1.7 inch. I think is a nice tooth!
  5. Any thoughts on this tooth from the Two Medicine formation in Teton co, Montana? CH: 19mm CBL: 10mm CBW: 4mm Mesial serration density: about 4.5/mm Distal serration density: about 4.5/mm Apical hook on the few unworn distal denticles.
  6. Hello everyone, first post in this forum! If I make any newbie mistakes please let me know and I’ll edit this post/remember for next time. I have a broken reptile tooth sifted from Big Brook (a stream near Marlboro, NJ) that dates to somewhere between the Late Campanian and Early Maastrichtian. I posted this online at another point and it was identified as a crocodile tooth from the original pictures I posted. I’ve been sitting on this one for a while though and it doesn’t seem to line up with the teeth from other known crocodilians and from this area (Brachychampsa, Bo
  7. Dino Dad 81

    VERY unusual tooth

    Hey all, This looks Dromaeosaurus to me, but we'll have to see if it's even possible to make that call without any posterior serrations. But the dramatic mesial twist that happens close to the tip and the general morphology give me hope. Also, curious to know what your take is on the posterior edge. The posterior serrations seem to have been sliced off. The serration-like indentations inside the slice itself look a little like they might come from the serrations of another individual's tooth (i.e., face biting or something similar). This tooth got seriously used!
  8. Hello people, This is my very first post. I recently bought this tooth since the fatty chunkyness (is this a real word?) appealed to me.it is on its way now Seller says it is spinosaurid. If so were in the jaws can this tooth be placed since it is very fat and large as opposed to the many slender teeth that are usually found on the net. My first tought is that it is maybe from the lower jaw (dentary ) and from the front of the jaw. The picture is from the website. Already thanks for any reply. With best regards, Dirk
  9. Was found in the Netherlands in 1995. Not sure exact location. Would like to know what it is and if it has a value of any kind??
  10. Dino Dad 81

    Dromaeosaurus tooth?

    Hey all, With the denticles being so worn off this one, I'm wondering if general morphology can confidently ID Dromaeosaurus. It's a tooth I'd normally assume is anterior, but, if it is Dromaeosaurus, I'm not sure I'd be able to tell. Judith River formation, North Central Montana CH: 12mm CBL: 5.5mm CBW: 3mm Mesial serration density: about 6?/mm Distal serration density: about 5.5/mm
  11. Please some expert to answer me , I dont have any knowledge, please answer fast TY ! , Please as many honest answers as you can <3 I bought this , but before i pay can someone answer me is it genuine ? real mammoth tooth ?
  12. Hey folks. Just got home from a rock and fossil show in Hamburg, where I bought 2 strange little teeth from southern France, Lutethian age, from the Aumelas region. They were labelled as crocodile teeth. But when I saw them I noticed they were very unlike usual croc teeth. The one in best condition has small fine (and quite sharp) serrations, the crown curves slightly to the distal side, and it is laterally compressed. Aumelas just so happens to be the same region, in which Iberosuchus remains have been found from Lutethian beds. The teeth of Ib
  13. Fin Lover

    Bovid tooth?

    I found this mammal tooth on the banks of the Wando River today (close to Charleston, SC). I've tried to look through old posts and found one picture of a cow p4 that matches better than anything else, but many of the other cow tooth pictures look quite different. Can someone help with this? 17mm length and 10 mm width. Thank you!
  14. Tolmanbridge

    What is it? Unidentified Moroccan Tooth

    I got this tooth and a few others in trade from a geologist in Southern Morocco probably close to twenty years ago. At the time he sent me a number of teeth, all identified as mosasaur. This one always bothered me with that id as it looks quite a bit different from the other mosasaur teeth. It has a more compressed oval cross section than most of the mosasaur teeth I have had in the past. It also appears to have a bit of serration on the edges. Supposedly location given to me: Timhdite, Morocco, possible Oil Shales The geologist was working for oil companies in the area at the time.
  15. isurus90064

    Extraordinary Common Teeth

    Hey guys, I've been off the radar for awhile .. work you know .. been working on Siggraph for those of you who are familiar with software development. Just wanted to start a new topic here .. This one is right at 3.00" - 7.62cm C. carcharias Bahia Inglesa Formation South of Caldera Provincia Copiapo III Regio de Atacama Chile
  16. cameronraygun

    Fossilized Tooth Help Please!

    Hello all! Been researching for so long to try and figure out what kind of tooth this is when I came across your site. So here is my fossilized tooth, im not sure where the tooth was found (i’m in nevada, but could be from elsewhere), sorry for the little to no info but that’s all I have, if you guys have any more questions or anything of the sort, just reply to this thread and i’ll reply asap. Thank you!
  17. sander hollebosch

    Need help identifying this fossil

    Can't figure out what tooth this is, a student of mine brought it in my classroom. She found it at the beach in Belgium. Somebody who can help me out?
  18. Hi FF, I recently bought a "raptor tooth" that came from the Kem Kem beds in Morocco. I wanted to make an information card for it in the display (it’s a gift for a young paleontologist), but the description said “These small theropod dinosaurs from the Tegana Formation have yet to be described, primarily due to lack of articulated bone material having been found in the formation." Someone told me that it was most likely from an Abelisaur (rather than a raptor), and recommended that I ask for advice on this site. I'm just trying to find out more about the fossil and the best
  19. Notidanodon

    Cadzand dolphin tooth

    Hi guys I have got this dolphin tooth (miocene to pleistocene) from cadzand, it has a small almost cusp like thing on it thanks for your help
  20. Terracunningham

    Can anyone identify this tooth

    Went camping over the weekend with my Boyfriend, we both love the outdoors… Anyways I have a love for rocks and I was digging for a new rock when I came across this TOOTH:) Completely awesome but I collect rocks not teeth. So I’m looking for any information on this tooth I have. Thanks for the help and Completely awesome . Found in Bakersfield CA
  21. marcsath77

    Fake or real Megadolon tooth

    Dear all As a non-scientist I´d be glad if I could get your opinion on the authenticity of a Carcharocles megalodon tooth I have purchased off an auction site. It is missing some part, so I could get it for a reasonable price since the spotless teeth are way out my budget. Do you think this tooth could be legit? Many thanks for your expertise.
  22. Mandarin

    Baltic Sea Teeth

    Hello all, I just found these two things on a beach of the Baltic Sea in Latvia. The bigger one could fool me because the black part is very much like wood, however the bottom part (the gum?) has an interesting texture. Also, I don’t know how to describe it but the bottom part feels almost sort of fresh, like it’s not very old…. While it’s hard and solid it still looks wet unlike other fossils I have held. Sounds silly but maybe it helps identifying it. Although the smaller one is very similar, I almost have no doubt that it’s a tooth or claw. From what I could find on the internet, m
  23. Dino Dad 81


    Hey all, This is supposed to be from Isalo IIIb in Madagascar. Does it look ceratosaur to you? Could it be Majungasaurus with faulty location? I suspect not because of the character on the denticles of Majungasaurus teeth.
  24. Emilhg

    What is this?

    Any idea what this is? All 3 objectalloc are found at the same spot. deep in clay
  25. CWS

    Bite mark??

    Picked this up in Dorset, I've only cleaned in fresh water and that hole appeared in the keel of the Nautilus. Its very well defined, what do you think, possible tooth damage? Appreciate your thoughts.
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