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Found 1,382 results

  1. Two shark teeth id

    Hello! Is it possible to ID? Western Ukraine. Height of both ~ 0,3 cm. Cretaceus-Neogene. Thanks in advance!
  2. COVID Containment Collecting

    After spending a great deal of time in the house lately do to COVID and days and days of rain, I took the family on a nice leisurely walk to our favorite hunting spot on this beautiful North Texas day. While the kids wwere off collecting some beautiful Turitellas and oysters, I had only one thing on the mind, shark teeth. Cretalamna seems to dominate this site, however some large Cretodus semiplicatus have been found. A Ptychodus latissimus and 2 Plesiosaur teeth have also been found at the site, filling us with hope on each trip for an incredible find. The trip was a pretty good haul, 11 teeth found in 2 hours. Not bad for a nice family outing. The real highlight though were 2 shark verebrae (about the size of a bottle cap), not large, but still my first ones I've ever found which put me over the moon. They were found just a few feet away from each other, so odds are they belonged to the same critter which is even more incredible! And now it's time for everyone's favorite game, FIND THAT FOSSIL!
  3. Shark tooth 2"

    Hi to you , was wondering after I have done some research , I don't think this is megalodon ..flat cutting surfaces , no serrations at all . It's 50mm (2") found in peace river , Florida Thanks for any help!
  4. Undescribed Albian Shark Species Australia

    From the album Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Undescribed shark species from the Toolebuc Formation of Australia. Albian in age.
  5. Undescribed Albian Shark Species Australia

    From the album Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Undescribed shark species from the Toolebuc Formation of Australia. Albian in age.
  6. Cretodus crassidens Texas

    From the album Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Cretodus crassidens from Eagle Ford Group. Cedar Hill, Texas.
  7. Cretodus crassidens Texas

    From the album Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Cretodus crassidens from Eagle Ford Group. Cedar Hill, Texas.
  8. Archaeolamna sp. South Dakota

    From the album Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Archaeolamna from Carlile Formation, Grant County, South Dakota.
  9. Archaeolamna sp. South Dakota

    From the album Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Archaeolamna from Carlile Formation, Grant County, South Dakota.
  10. Achaeolamna sp. South Dakota

    From the album Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Carlile Formation Archaeolamna from Grant County, South Dakota
  11. Achaeolamna sp. South Dakota

    From the album Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Carlile Formation Archaeolamna from Grant County, South Dakota
  12. Three shark teeth for ID

    Hello! Help, please, with identification. I think that one of them is part of Heterodontus tooth. Scale in mm. Western Ukraine. Age unknown (Cretaceus-Neogene). Thanks in advance!
  13. Hello, in the Internet I saw an offer that was declared as "Gulper shark" for sale. After some research, this cannot be true and in my opinion it would be the jaw of a kitefin shark. I tried to put everything from the offer on one sheet so that it would be easier for you to help me. What do you think, which shark does this jaw belong to? The jaw is about 10cm wide and from Spain (Mediterranean Sea or Atlantic ocean) Thank you in advance and best regards from Germany. I hope, you can help me with this.
  14. Howdy! I've been trying to properly ID some of my toothy finds from the Peace River and Venice Florida. Please let me know if I have misidentified any. Also, including a few that I am not sure about. Any help is appreciated! Pretty sure the are Megalodon, but not 100 percent. 1. 2 inches top to bottom 2 One inch top to bottom . 3 One inch, obviously. . Snaggletooth Hemipristis: 4. One Inch 5. One inch 6 Just over one inch obviously , Carcharinus (Bull Sharks? Whaler Sharks? Dusky Sharks?) Not sure what species.. Would like to narrow it down, but not sure about that. 7. 3/4 Inch 8. 9. One Inch 10 11. 3/4 inch . Lemon Shark - I am pretty positive on the Lemon ID I just wanted to show this precious teeny tiny tooth: It think that is a salt crystal growing on the side! 12. Tiger Shark 13 3/4 Inch 14 3/4 inch Unknown: 15. A worn Carcharinus? 16. 1/4 inch
  15. What are these shark teeth?

    These Oligocene shark teeth from Temse (Boom formation, Rupelian, Oligocene) were classified as Odontaspis robusta, but I'm not so sure about it, as some of them lack cusplets. Could they be Isurolamna/some kind of Isurus?
  16. Planohybodus

    Hi, everyone. I found this tooth earlier and I think it could be planohybodus but I’m not sure. Can anyone identify it? It was found in Dorset, UK in the forest marble formation which is bathonian, Jurassic. It measures 20mm. Thanks.
  17. Shark teeth from Antwerp

    Hello! Could you please help me identify this shark teeth? They're from Antwerp, so I guess they're Neogene in age. Thanks in advance!
  18. South Carolina Beach Sifting

    Hi, I understand SC is pretty strict with using implements to dig around on state lands, like creeks. However, does anyone know how this applies to public beaches? I would like to hunt Folly. Can I dig into the sand with a shovel to sift through with my sieve? If not, can I use my hand to load up the sieve? I'm questioning whether a sieve can be used at al.
  19. These are my favourite egg cases that i have collected from the coal measures of Derbyshire UK. The largest is 120mm long. Thank-you for looking John
  20. New workspace and storage-Finally!

    Finally: Some better storage tucked away in a small part of my room. I do not have everything away and organized yet, but most of it is done. Efficient-Somewhat Frustratingly Disproportionate- Somewhat A good amount of space for my growing collection- We have some leftover space Good Looking- Eeh Functionality- On par Of course, this looks ten times worse and is filled with ten times less than most of you guys' and gals' magic cabinets, but is doing a good job right now. Thanks to @sharkdoctor for making it hard to keep these drawers empty Thanks for reading, FA
  21. Shark tooth from the Banjaard

    Hello All Since I can't go to school for the next couple of weeks I finally have a chance to catch up with some ID's. I found this tooth a couple of months ago on my first hunt at the Banjaard in the Netherlands. The beach is famous for it's fossil shells, which can be found in abundance. I was very happy when I found this tooth (first complete shark tooth I ever found). I think it's a tooth from the genus Physogaleus, but I'm not an expert at all. The stone it is in is about 15 at 15 cm and loaded with shells. I have however never heard about fossils in matrix and also never heard about a shark tooth found at the Banjaard, but again I'm no expert with this kind of fossils. Scale bar is in millimeters. Anyone any idea? @Max-fossils, you have hunted there before right? Kind regards
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