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  1. Hey! I’m thinking about buying this possible Eocarcharia dinops tooth. I want to make sure that it is completely authentic and correctly identified. It does say it is from the Elrhaz formation in Gadoufaoua, Niger, but I just want confirmation (if possible because identifying theropods from Niger can be quite difficult) that this indeed an E. dinops tooth.
  2. Aurii

    Tooth or no?? Eastern Ohio

    I had found this in east central Ohio, Darke County. It was found on land, but there is a wetland about ¼ mile from where I found this. Not sure if it's a tooth or not and if it is a tooth even what it would be from...but it just seemed more tooth-like than other things I've found...
  3. Bert koorn

    Identification help needed

    Hey guys, I found this on the beach in Baltimore, Ireland today. Can someone please help me identify my beach find? Thanks
  4. The_bro87

    T. rex or Nanotyrannus?

    Hello! I got this tooth as a Christmas present, and to me it looks like a T.rex tooth, but the shape of the base made me less sure. I was hoping someone could help get a accurate id. The tooth is 10/16 of an inch long, and was found in Garfield county Montana.It has similar serrations on both sides, so I thought it was a tyrannosaur tooth. The shape, lack of pinching at the base, and thickness made me think it was T.rex, and the base looked to me like it could be a maxillary tooth since it was more rectangular than oval, but I wanted to see if anyone thought it looked more like a Nanotyrannus
  5. annkahaly

    Shark Tooth ID Help Needed

    Hi! I found this shark tooth at Clam Pass in Naples, FL yesterday. I've only found two other super tiny teeth on the beach here during my 20+ years of living here... so I was pretty thrilled to find this one. Can anyone help me ID it? Thanks so much!
  6. Guns

    Carcharodontosaurus tooth ?

    Hello ! i bought this tooth for quite a while for a very (i mean very very ) good price and i think this tooth may belong to baby carcharodontosaurus ? wound love to see you guy 's opinion ! kind regard.
  7. Hi all, I could not resist and purchased this tooth knowing it would be a tough call to make. It was found in the Hell Creek Fm. The big problem is the worn down mesial carina, there are however some remnant denticles I could measure, but not midline – more posterior. Taking them into consideration the tooth has distal 4.5 denticles per mm and mesial 6 per mm. The other measurements are: CH 1.47 cm / CBL 0.74 cm / CBW 0.39 cm. Based on this and the oval base I am leaning towards Dakotaraptor but might as well be a specific T-Rex tooth position.? I really need someone more experienced to take a
  8. PrehistoricWonders

    Possible mosasaur tooth

    Hi everyone, I was wondering if you could identify this for me. it seems to have enamel on it, my guess would be a mosasaur tooth. tia.
  9. Humphhome4

    Tooth id

    Found these 2 teeth the smaller one in dauphin island, Alabama, and the bigger one on Holly beach in Louisiana. I think the smaller one is chipped, the bigger one just doesn't have a root... I've had the bigger one for about a year i think and just found the smaller one. I have researched forever hope I can get suggestions from y'all
  10. Hi all, I posted this tooth for ID a while back. Conclusion was that it could be a Dakotaraptor, maybe, maybe. Since then I am going back and forth on the ID, basically on a daily basis So I decided to take more & new images, measure it thoroughly, put it up again, and kindly ask for your help. It was found in the Hell Creek Fm, Powder River Co., Montana. Measurements are: CH: 2.08cm CBL: 0.8cm CBW: 0.42cm Serration count per 5mm is mesial 24 and distal 18. What makes it hard for me to judge: the shape of denticles is between round and chisel (?), the tiny mesial denticles,
  11. The_bro87

    Abelisaur teeth

    I was looking at different teeth for sale, and came upon 6 teeth listed as abelisaur teeth from the Kem Kem area of Morocco. I know that it’s hard to Id the teeth from this area, and I’m not looking for an exact id. I was wondering if any of the teeth looked like typical abelisaur teeth, or if some are likely something else. I noticed that 4 of them looked pretty similar, and the other group of 2 looked different from the 4, but similar to each other.
  12. The_bro87

    Hoping for a second opinion

    I think this is a Rex tooth because it has a thick base and the tooth is wide, but I’m not expert and was hoping someone could reaffirm for me.
  13. ThePhysicist

    Post oak creek mystery micro tooth

    Hey y'all. I haven't seen anyone post about POC microfossils, so last time I was there I filled a sandwich bag full of gravel. I looked through it yesterday and found a bunch of neat stuff: sawfish oral teeth (see gallery), tiny sharks' teeth, vertebrae, fish teeth, mastodon ivory (?), bone, etc. There's this one tooth that I can't i.d. I'm not sure if it's sawfish, I don't think it's a shark. Thank you!
  14. weezieboo

    Rock or tooth?

    Hi Folks, I've been holding onto this for years as it always looked like a tooth to me. Any help would be appreciated. I found it while hiking at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon in the 90's. Probably a rock just wanted see what others thought.
  15. Hi all, I have a tricky tooth ID question. For now it is labeled as Theropod indet. and I guess this is as far as it gets, but I just want to check if someone else gets a Dromaeosaurid vibe =) It was found in the Lourinhã Formation. Crown height is 6mm. Denticles per 1mm are 9 mesial and 7 distal. Mesial denticles are also much shorter, and the mesial carina ends at about half way from the anterior of the tooth (maybe 2/3 considering the tip is missing). Distal denticles are slightly hooked towards the anterior. I went through quite some papers from similar aged formations in Portugal/Spa
  16. ZackV

    Charcarodontosaurus or not?

    I’ve had this tooth for a few years, and it was sold to me as Carcharodontosaurus. Recently I’ve been doubting that because it isn’t as triangular as other Carcharodontosaurus teeth I’ve seen. I was wondering if anyone thinks it might still be a Carcharodontosaurus tooth, or something else. I’ll post some pictures
  17. ZackV

    Nanotyrannus or T-Rex?

    I got this tooth a while ago, and It was sold to me as T-Rex. I’m not really sure if it is indeed from one, or a Nanotyrannus. It’s a small tooth, found in the Hell Creek formation. Either way it’ll still be one of my favorite teeth. I’ll post some pictures.
  18. Jaimin013

    Baryonyx tooth?

    Hi there, I was wondering if I could get your opinions on the tooth below. The seller has said it is a Baryonyx but have mentioned that they can't see any serrations so maybe croc? The ridges in the pic stop about 2/3 of the way down to the base of the tooth. I will get location, formation etc if possible from the seller soon. Any thoughts? Thanks!
  19. PaleoNoel

    ID for Ramanessin Brook Teeth

    Back in 2016 I went fossil hunting in Ramanessin Brook, New Jersey. I found plenty of shark teeth as usual (Squalicorax, Scapanorhynchus, Archaeolamna etc.) and a few small invertebrates. But two teeth looked different from the rest. Since then I have just referred to them as fish teeth but I'm not sure how accurate that is. Mosasaur teeth are apparently found regularly at Ramanessin and I have heard of people finding crocodile teeth as well. The potential reptile tooth is very small, which is what made me think that it came from a fish originally. I'm not sure what the more striated tooth bel
  20. barry maness

    Shark tooth Poser

    This neat little tooth really has me stumped. It was found on the banks od the Wando river in Charleston SC. Does anyone know what kind of tooth it is/ Thanks!
  21. greel

    Castle Hayne quarry tooth

    This tooth came from the Castle Hayne quarry. Not sure if it's a Cretaceous or Eocene tooth. Can anyone identify? Ruler measuring centimeters/millimeters, so tooth measures 2.5 centimeters.
  22. akazaran

    Tooth Planked In A Mosa Jaw

    Can you help me to ID this tooth. It found it planked in the jaw of a mosa from Khourigba, Morocco. It is 4 cm long. My guess is elasmosaur but I have no idea about it...
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