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  1. Small tooth

    What would you classify this tooth as? I have a bunch of these curved teeth? Flag Pond, Maryland.
  2. Shark tooth

    I’m not sure what type of tooth this is. Maybe Notorynchus/Cow?
  3. Tiny shark tooth

    This past weekend we stopped in for a few hours at Matoaka cabins on the way home from St. Mary's City (a cool non-fossil historical destination). We found several readily identifiable small teeth and ray plates as well as a few drum teeth and a handful of shells. My guess with this tooth is a posterior cow shark tooth or Carcharhinus? Measuring tape is inches on top and metric on bottom. Thanks, Adam
  4. What is this bigger shark tooth?

    I just moved to FL recently and my dad is visiting from MO. We decided to try to find some sharks teeth so headed to Manasota Key to hunt on the beach. We were there for a few hours and found a bunch of smaller teeth. On the way out I found this larger one but it looks really old and rounded compared to a lot of the black ones I've seen. This is only the 2nd time I've been shark tooth hunting here so I have no idea what I'm doing. Is this a megeladon tooth? Any way to determine the age of this one compared to the black ones?
  5. ID help needed in two teeth

    First tooth is very white. I would assume it’s a fossil but can anyone give me a better opinion of whether it’s modern or fossilized. Mako maybe? The second tooth I’m just not sure on an ID. Tip is broken off. Both of these were found this week in the surf at Myrtis Beach, SC.
  6. Shark Tooth

    What would you classify this tooth as?
  7. Alopias latidens

    From the album Sharks

    A sharp tooth from an extinct thresher shark. Scale bar = 1 cm.
  8. Is this a shark tooth?

    I found this on the east coast of Florida while walking on the beach, Is this part of a shark tooth?
  9. Another tooth I found yesterday at Venice FL. Curious about what kind of tooth. Maybe a snaggletooth or a great white? It’s bout as big as my finger tip. I’m not super experienced, so any help is appreciated! Thanks for taking a look. -HT
  10. Shark tooth from Germany ID needed

    Hey guys. This shark tooth is from Reudern, Germany. It is close to Holzmaden which is Jurassic so I assume it is also Jurassic. What is it??? Some kind of cow shark but I don’t know the specie. Thanks for any imput. Kind regards.
  11. Are these lemon shark teeth? Or black tip? Or something else entirely? How do you tell the difference between lemon and black tip shark teeth? These are from the temblor formation, slow curve ernst quarry.
  12. Shark tooth ID

    This tooth was part of a collection of very worn shark teeth that I believe were found at Post Oak Creek, TX (Cretaceous). It's almost exactly 1.5 cm in length. My thought was paraisurus.
  13. We have checked every identification chart, but this tooth is very hard for us to identify. The base looks like snaggletooth, but it's curved pretty good. It's a little over an inch long. We found it in Manasota key on Englewood beach in Florida.
  14. GMR tooth ID

    Found this at GMR the weekend of the Aurora festival. Could this be an Angustidens or possibly older? It’s really worn so an exact ID might not be possible but it seems the cusps would have been really prominent had they not been so worn. This was sifted from the creek bed. Is Auriculatus a possibility in this case? It was very interesting to me.
  15. Fossil ID help

    Found this at Aurora over the weekend at the festival. Wasn’t 100% sure on ID. I’m assuming an Angustidens or chubutensis but would love to hear what y’all think.
  16. Shark Tooth Identification

    Hello everyone, I’ve been going through my entire collection of shark teeth from the last couple of years and have found a tooth that I cannot identify. This tooth is from aurora, and It is only about 1 cm long. My first guess is thresher shark but I’m not sure. What do you all think it is? Thanks!
  17. Mystery Shark Tooth

    Hi all, I recently went on a trip to Brownie's Beach in Maryland in search of Hemies, and I came home with some pretty good little teeth and a few decent sized ones. However, there was one tooth that I found I could not identify. I am not really sure what shark it belongs to, it sort of resembles a sand tiger but the root is very robust and thick. Im more or less lost as to what it could be. Wishful thinking, but I thought it might be a baby megatooth shark or a mako or something along the lines of that. Its a long shot, but I thouht i would ask to see if anyone else could Identify it, haha!
  18. Identify Shark Tooth?

    My grandson found this, what looks like a fossil shork tooth this weekend. Found in Puerto Penasco, Mexico it is
  19. Was told this was a tiger shark

    I was told this was a Tiger shark tooth found inland United States ans was a couple million years old. Now I'm not to keen on shark teeth but I don't think the information is correct. If anyone could shed some light on this it would be greatly appreciated thank you.
  20. Took a jaunt out to Shark Tooth Hill area, Ersnt Quarries to be specific, yesterday. Not too productive, but a few decent Makos, a little (7mm) fish vert, and the one inquired about here. It has the look of a Tiger shark of some sort, but is only 11mm across the root (cube it's on is 1" square). It has serrations on the cusp(let), distal and mesial sides. I don't recall the Galeocerdo Contortus I've seen having all three surfaces with serrations. It looks a lot like a Hammerhead, but I don't see serrations on the distal side on the crown on it. Can someone tell me what this is? Many thanks. Cheers.
  21. Hello all. I'm curious to find out if anyone can help identifying a fossil I found on the shore line of North Myrtle Beach while I was on a family vacation last week. Thanks
  22. Peace River shark tooth ID help

    Hi all, I finally got to the Peace River for my birthday yesterday and found about 20+ teeth and then lost my mesh bag in the river! I only hope some kid who had bad luck finding teeth finds it. Of the ones I had left, I cant ID the one in the pic. Also put in the pic the tiniest tooth I've ever seen! I think it's a lemon shark? Any help IDing the bigger one great! Thanks in advance! - Jodi
  23. Found this today, been a while(all winter, lol!) since Ive been down to my very productive, secluded beach. Doesn't have the classic Meg shape but its pretty big. Beautifully preserved and colored as well. Would like to know which monster this came from;)
  24. Identification please

    I found this yesterday at Flag Pond, MD Is this a baby meg?
  25. Snaggletooth

    From the album Sharks

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