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  1. Dino Dad 81

    Another Dromaeosaurid premax/anterior?

    This has the size and J-shape cross section of a dromie premax. It also has the protruding mesial carina that you can see from a distal view. What do you think? Hell creek formation, Powder River co, Montana CH: 14.8mm CBL: 7.0mm CBW: 5.3mm Mesial serration density: 4.66/mm Distal serration density: 3.20/mm Thanks!!
  2. Mostacciuolo

    Shark tooth

    Hello. I found this shark tooth in South Carolina. It is 2 inches and is serrated on each side. Can my one confirm the species? Thanks!
  3. JakubArmatys

    Cretaceous Fish (Shark) Tooth

    Please identify this tooth Found in cretaceous, turonian sandy-limestone in Poland (Górka Pychowicka, Cracow). This rock is amazing, on left there's Ptychodus decurrens tooth too.
  4. Emilhg

    Enchodus Tooth?

    Hey! Can this also be enchodus?
  5. Hi, please help identify this item found along Arkansas river next to Jefferson Arkansas. Thank you
  6. Hi hoping that someone can help me identify this tooth I found at the western- super- mare beach, Bristol, U.K. (google location (51.3379019, -2.9861150). I can see it looks like a tooth but as it was in salt water the enamel has disappeared. It is hollowed out too and has a crack at the bottom, is about 1 inch long. I would love to know what animal it came from, my thoughts are a crocodile tooth and if so can anyone tell me what species? the tide was very low so walked through a lot of muddy sand lol must of been 2 miles into the beach towards the ocean.
  7. Sergiorex

    Possible dinosaur tooth id

    Saw this for sale and thought it was interesting, anyone have any idea what it is? Seller says it’s a dinosaur tooth but I’m not too sure.
  8. Simonsaz

    nanotyrannus tooth?

    hello, a quick question. the dinosaur tooth has a length of 1.9 inch. the tooth was found in the hell creek formation. I don't know the exact location. I would say it is a nanotyrannus tooth. what do you think? and if so, what do you think, whether above or below the jaw? I think that's a little thing for you ;) best regards and thank you very much in advance for your help
  9. Fossil finder 100

    What is this tooth?

    Found this tooth while hiking on our land, have no clue what it is. Has small serrations on it. Smaller piece was found next to it. Bull Canyon, New Mexico.
  10. Sneakydinosaur82

    Small but detailed

    I what chipping through some rock that I found when I chipped this out it is cone shaped and curved. Almost looks like a small carnivore tooth. Not really sure what it’s from though. I found this in late Jurassic rock.
  11. Sneakydinosaur82

    Has to be something

    I found this sticking out of a rock. I have already done lot’s of research and it seems like a sauropod or sinking of herbivores tooth. I’ve matched it up with a diplodocus tooth , but I’m not sure.
  12. Ironhead42

    Post Oak Find...Tooth?

    Found this tiny object sorting Post Oak Creek, TX matrix. Looks like a tooth to me, but not confident in that assessment. Any help? Is it a tooth or just a tooth-shaped rock?
  13. marcltetreault

    One more Tooth Ache??

    I’ll try one more tonight while I have the attention of so many helpful people. this was collected also at Colt’s Neck, New Jersey. From a riverbed
  14. Anna Marie

    Bone? Tooth? Big Brook, NJ

    Any help appreciated. Can't seem to find anything like this. Approx. 20 mm. Thanks!!
  15. Moses Oberlander

    Big Brook NJ ID

    Another tooth that I’m not sure
  16. Moses Oberlander

    New Jersey fossil ID

    Found at a Brook in NJ any ideas?
  17. I was wandering around the creek behind my family’s house earlier today and spotted this. Located in Western New York, Southern Erie County, on a tributary of Buffalo Creek. I’m guessing it’s just an interesting rock, but thought it was an interesting enough shape to look into. I’ve included photos of all sides, wet and dry and the location found.
  18. My son found this along the beach area along the Wando River on Daniel Island, SC, USA. (size reference is a USA penny which measures approx 19mm in diameter) He normally finds shark teeth at the various beaches around Charleston so this treasure really excites him, THANK YOU for all opinions, expertise, high-fives!
  19. JHastings1230

    Tooth in Tennessee?

    My kids found this in the Harpeth river, about 30 minutes South of Nashville. Any ideas?
  20. Coryrsmith23

    Please identify

    Please help me identify this fossil. I assume its a crocodile tooth but its double sided. I found it along Calvert Cliffs Maryland.
  21. Michelle cotton

    Please can someone help identify

    Thank you in advance we were out in Norfolk, UK over the weekend and my husband found this on one of the beaches. Ive been looking on line and in the books I brought and I’m not 100% sure but it looks like a tooth. can anyone help me please kind regards Michelle
  22. Medic2525

    WHAT ARE THESE?

    I found these in my flower beds around my house. I've been noticing some small little fossilized type sea shells that are really tiny in general. I've also found a few other items that I'm really curious about. The first item found looks like a tooth and I'm trying to figure out if it is or not as well as if it is indeed a tooth if it is something that is prehistoric. The other few pictures look like cylindrical rocks that are the same in size and shape. They each have an end on them that looks sort of like they've been clamped and it has a indentation on that end of the rock
  23. Eclipsedittihli

    No idea

    What is this? Please someone tell me what this may be. Found in the low country of Summerville, South Carolina
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