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  1. JHastings1230

    Tooth in Tennessee?

    My kids found this in the Harpeth river, about 30 minutes South of Nashville. Any ideas?
  2. 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.
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Eclipsedittihli

    No idea

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

    Is this some kind of tusk?

    It’s lighter in weight than I would expect for a tooth of that size. Found in the Peace River in Wauchula, Florida. Thanks.
  7. Jenn1972

    Help ID please- is this a tooth?

    I found this in nw Mississippi Tooth or rock? Thanks!
  8. Irongiant97

    Fossil or just a rock?

    Found this at a spot I was told there was shark teeth. Spotted this, it stood out to me, not sure if it’s a fossil, but it does pass the lick test. I’ve only rinsed it off and given it a scrub with a toothbrush, so it’s pretty rough. Also it’s wet in the pics.
  9. Spr

    Horse Tooth?

    Location: Shoreline Holden Beach, NC
  10. Darla Roland

    Fossil, tooth or claw?

    Actually found this inside a bag of potting soil that was manufactured in Godley,Tx. Not sure if it is a fossil, tooth,claw or something else. Maybe you experts can help me out. Thanks in advance.
  11. Kbsib

    Shark tooth or imposter

    This fossil was found today during low tide. It is longer than most shark’s teeth we’ve been finding. Measures approximately 4.75cm x 2cm. I’ve picked up A LOT of oyster shells, pieces of phosphate and rocks thinking they were teeth. This may well be the same thing. It’s the only way I’m going to learn so I appreciate any help in identifying. Thanks!
  12. rsf444

    What did I find?

    Found this object in the sand at Galveston today. Is it an infant shark tooth? Is it just an ironic rock? If it is a tooth, what possible shark is it? Pls help. Thank you! object measures about 1 inch.
  13. Jestet

    Newbie needs help

    I found this a couple of years ago in North Texas. I just found this website and I’m interested in exploring more. Thank you for any help that you can offer.
  14. NZ Nick

    I think it’s a tooth!

    I’m hoping you can help me to identify my unusual find! I found what appears to be a large fossilised tooth on a beach next to cliffs at low tide. I’ve attached some pictures… I’d love to know what you think it is and how old it might be! Can you help?
  15. Arizona Jon

    Tooth fossil in sandstone?

    Found in eastern AZ. Tooth in sedimentary sandstone? Any input appreciated. First and second pics look like top of tooth and 3rd & 4th pics are other side and look like bottom part ir fang tips? Thanks
  16. ShawnP0812

    Bone or Tooth?

    I found this on the beach in Cherry Grove South Carolina. It's about 2 inches long. Im not sure what it is but I feel like it's a bone or tooth of some kind because of the brown discoloration on the inside but I really don't know. Will leave it to the professionals of fossil forum to give me some suggestions.
  17. dmiller9798

    Tooth? Claw? Bone? Spear tip?

    New to hunting fossils/shark teeth and found this unknown object, was thinking maybe a tooth or claw but some buddies say maybe bone carved spear tip or something. Found it in a river in southern Alabama with what they tell me is a Eocene formation on the river bank.
  18. koscojo

    Fossilized Tooth or Horn Coral?

    Found: Northwest Missouri (Nodaway County)
  19. Hi there everyone! I've recently been acquiring different fossils to add to my collection and I came across a listing for a carcharodontosaurus tooth that really interested me. Below are a few photos of the listing advertising the carcharodontasaurus tooth. The sellers themselves are very reputable and I am in no way questioning their validity as I'm sure the tooth is a real fossil. Instead, I was wondering if anyone would be able to help me positively identify the fossil as a carcharodontosaurus tooth as I know many different teeth and fossils come from the Kem Kem Beds in Morocco. The tooth
  20. madagascar

    What fossils?

    What kind of fossil is this? From the Mesozoic era in Morocco. Thank you for your help!
  21. Shan9797

    Is this a fossilized claw?

    Hi there, we found this in Stony Mountain, Manitoba, Canada last summer (~Aug 2021) and we're hoping for an ID. We're definitely beginners but love fossil hunting in the quarry down the street, thank you for any help with the pics below!
  22. Scott .C

    Arkansas find

    Hi guys, Thanks for your help. This was found in an Arkansas cave, where there was a lot of bones, and a lot of Indian artifacts. The inside is porous and seems to be somewhat of a bone / calcium deposit I'm not sure. Please help me identify this. It doesn't feel like a rock at all, and there's also a big piece that looks like a vertebra, kind of crystallized, that was found with this.
  23. FossilW

    Is this a mastodon tooth?

    Hello to all this is my first post, my friend found this tooth in his fathers basement( his father was a farmer) and it was presumably found on the property that is all I know. I thought it was a moose tooth or something like that but I am far from an expert and I would like some options.
  24. Found in shore of Glenelg River, Victoria, Australia. Just wondering what species is it from?
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