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Found 1,279 results

  1. Weird?

    Went on a hunt yesterday and found these teeth. Can you please help me id them.
  2. Douglas Point, MD

    Went to Douglas Point, MD today with the goal of getting some angel shark teeth. I found 7 for my collection.
  3. Plesiosaur tooth/teeth?

    This kind of tooth surface, with the ridges, isn’t that for the most part, not a common plesiosaur feature? This is from Lyme Regis....what would you all think?
  4. Belgium shark teeth

    I have a few teeth from the Lede Formation in Belgium. I've been using the belgiansharkteeth.be website, but these last few are making me scratch my head. The first one is 0.75 in long. Is it Brachycarcharias with very worn cusplets?
  5. Shark teeth

    Hello! Help with ID please. I think, that upper one is Paragaleus, nad lower - Galeocerdo. Scale in mm. Most probably Neogene. Western Ukraine.
  6. I bought this one already, my very first fossil of any kind. Is there anything that sets off any alarms? I know people usually enquire about longer teeth which might show signs of extension, but I would feel better just making sure. I also have my eyes set on a batch of 5. From what little I've researched, those 5 set off more alarm bells but I'm at my max total for attachments.
  7. Sperm whale tooth...cool find

    Hey guys, found something totally cool this weekend looking for teeth and bone in Virginia. This long thing that looked like a claw. First thought was dinosaur raptor lol!!! But I know that's not it. Anyhow a buddie here said it's a sperm whale tooth. Pics below. Also found alot of bone(whale), teeth, verts, half a small Meg, mako tooth, and a pair of fossil sunglasses someone lost! Good luck everyone.
  8. I'll start by saying I'm not looking for anyone's honey hole, but if you want to share please private message me. I'll be in Florida (Tampa/Venice mostly) with my family (coming from Utah) in late July/early August. Had hoped to hit up the Peace but I've heard it's no good because the water is high. I have 3 kids who love to fossil hunt and dig around for treasures so I'm disappointed that the Peace won't work out. What I want to know is if there are any safe spots in smaller creeks that I can access (legally) during that time of year and bring my kids for a few hours? Rather not do any guided trips, but would be ok to pay to access someone's land. We did the beach stuff (caspersen, manasota) last year and now looking to try our hand on a creek. Would be happy to give some tips on Utah spots in exchange for any info. Thanks.
  9. My Tyrannosaur research

    Hi I decided to make a post about my main research project right now on Campanian Tyrannosaurs specifically Daspletosaurus. Today I have found something to tell teeth from the Judith River Formation and Dinosaur Park Formation. This could also do with the Tyrannosaurs prey or locality. I found out that Judith River Formation Tyrannosaur teeth serrations are more circular and more round compared to the same time Dinosaur Park Formation Tyrannosaur teeth serrations. The Dinosaur Park Formation Tyrannosaur teeth serrations are more longer skinner and more chiseled like but not like other Tyrannosaur teeth from other areas like T. rex’s teeth serrations. Certain Tyrannosaurs in different areas and times would/could of had unique serration morphology probably dew to there prey. I did this on multiple teeth from the Judith River Formation and Dinosaur Park Formation to strengthen my hypothesis. Any opinions on this topic would be great. I will post more on my research here on this and other topics on the Tyrannosaur/Daspletosaurus. I have been doing research on this Daspletosaurus from the Dinosaur Park Formation and it’s close relatives because it was the first dinosaur fossil I’ve ever found. I’ve liked fossils and dinosaurs since I was 2 but in 2018 I went to Alberta and found my first dinosaur fossil which was a fossil from the Dinosaur Park Formation Daspletosaurus sp. Thats why I have been researching on this topic. The serrations I found on Dinosaur Park Formation Tyrannosaur teeth. The serrations I found on Judith River Formation Tyrannosaur teeth.
  10. DSDI between 0.8 and 1.2

    Hi I have a question, I went back since I had some time and re measured my Tyrannosaur tooth denticles. But there both the same size, the Mesial and Distal are both 6. And the DSDI is 1, what would this mean? Thank you!! @Omnomosaurus, @Troodon
  11. Found shark tooth

    Found this necklace within my deceased grandmother's things and was wondering if this forum may be able to help identify it!? I'm sorry that there isnt anything else other than a picture to identify it with. I think it's a fossil based on the colouring and feel of the tooth but from looking at shark teeth on the internet I haven't been able to find anything like it. So which species would this have belonged to?Thank you so much for answers in advance! C.
  12. Hi I picked up this object which I believe to be some sort of tooth, while mudlarking in the Thames. Photos included. Does anyone knows what animal it may have belonged to? Thanks!
  13. Sharktooth Hill unknowns

    I had few more oddballs. As always your input is appreciated. Here's the first one.
  14. Some sort of tooth?

    Found at Abbey Wood
  15. Hello, While sorting through my Sharktooth Hill micro matrix I came across some very distinctive teeth that I'm hoping someone can identify. Image 1 shows three very similar teeth in different orientations. They differ from most others I've been seeing in that they ha ve 3 roots and three "tiers" - best shown in the orientation of the specimen on the far left (root, base, top). The other teeth in images 2 and 3 remind me of Squalus and I suspect that's what they are. But they seem to be missing a part (the exact same part) and don't appear to me to be obviously broken. Is there anything else they could be? Thank you very much!
  16. Moroccan Shark teeth ID 5

    Hi who can help me tell me what types of shark teeth they are?
  17. Moroccan Shark teeth ID 4

    Hi who can help me tell me what types of shark teeth they are?
  18. Moroccan Shark teeth ID 3

    Hi who can help me tell me what types of shark teeth they are?
  19. Moroccan Shark teeth ID 2

    Hi who can help me tell me what types of shark teeth they are?
  20. Moroccan Shark teeth ID 1

    Hi who can help me tell me what types of shark teeth they are?
  21. Burn test

    Hi guys, I'm new here! I just wanted to ask if the burn test is always reliable. A year ago I found a tooth near a creek, it's certainly bovid but I still can't understand if it's a modern one or prehistoric/Pleistocene. I've burnt it and it doesn't smell like burnt hair, but at the same time it kinda smells weird. So does the burn test always says the truth?
  22. Ok I know I'm not even in the same league as most of you here as to your knowledge of fossils etc.... Standing outside in the rain looking through the window ..... Though I know there's no stupid questions ! I really have some questions about how people can identify a dinosaur's tooth as to which species & not confusing them for another species, be it adult vs juvenile dinosaurs. - Aside from riping the tooth out from a skull - where's your proof it was THIS species ? - Then it brings up, why would you take a tooth out of a skull section, which if left the tooth in skull section would bring more $$$$ - Also brings up the tooth root issue, the root is a soft membrane. How did this root & tooth survive but not the skull jaw section ? I know stranger things can happen. - There's a lot of teeth for sale but not a lot skull/ jaw sections....why is that ? - Is it possible people mistake a juvenile tooth of this species for a adult tooth of this species, or mistake this adult tooth for a juvenile tooth of this species that's of another species ? - Seems like only certain species of teeth are up for sale, ok well what happened to all the other dinosaur species......they no longer had teeth or what ? is it name the tooth that brings $$$ - thousands of dinosaurs if not maybe a million, yet only handful of species are up for sale normally......makes me wonder..... In short where's the proof that tooth is from that species, & please explain to me why there's a tooth & root but no skull/ jaw section !
  23. Ciao, puoi classificarmi questi denti di squalo, sono fossili delle cave di fosfato di Oued-Zem in Marocco, grazie. (Hi, can you classify for me these shark teeth, they are fossils from the phosphate quarries of Oued-Zem in Morocco, thanks.)
  24. hi guys, here are few findings from my very first trips to big brook, nj. I have little knowledge about fossil but picked them up simply because I thought they are all tooth-shaped. It was great experience, a lot of fun, and I would appreciate if someone can help me to identufy the findings are fossil or normal stones. thanks!
  25. Pachyrhizodus Found-Thanks

    I’m going to see about picking up another fossil from a nice gentleman I dealed with the other night. He Has what looks like the lower jaw to a fish with narrow pointed teeth. It’s slightly curved and in 3 pieces. Two of the pieces match one does not. Piece only about 6-7” long and teeth about 14”-1/2” tall. Won’t have it in hand till later tonight. Here’s what I need help with, he couldn’t spell the name but could pronounce it it started with PYU payu sounded like packacu something or another. Any idea what fish it could be? Not much to go on but would recognize it if I saw the spelling and the fish.
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