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  1. Hello I have a juvenile rex tooth from Lance Formation to trade looking for dinosaur fossils thats are not from morocco.
  2. Please help identify

    Hi, I'm new to this site and new to fossil hunting! My fiance and I found this in Summerville SC and would love help identfying it. Thanks in advance, Diane G.
  3. Tooth or just a rock

    Found this odd rock , initially thought someone painted on it but the blue grey color appears to be natural , Found in wyoming along the road waking to the post office
  4. Shark Tooth ID

    Hello, I found this tooth on a beach in New Zealand (north island) in 2006. I am wondering what it is from? It is about 10cm long by 6 cm wide (at top), and all white as can be seen.
  5. What is the correct way to measure a tooth? straight line? around the curve? straight line from tip to the furthest end point? Thank you
  6. Eocene Tooth?

    This was found in Washington State around the Seattle Area. This formation has been dated at 40 million years old and considered Near Shore sediments. I have found a fish tooth and a shark tooth in this same spot, however the tooth I found today seems to have traits of both. It also has more detail so I hope that could help in identification. The tooth is about half an inch long or 1.27 centimeters long. or 12 MM It takes on a blueish hue and has no serrations. I can upload more pictures but request if anyone wants to see another angle or different lighting.
  7. What is this?

    Looks like an antler or a tooth? Dug up by a friend who goldmines in the Yukon. I'm thinking maybe a bison? Was hoping a mammoth tusk but think maybe not. What you think? Thank you so much for the information.!
  8. Hello All, I'm new to fossil collecting as well as this forum. I'm looking to pick up a T Rex tooth and came across the one in the attached images. I'm just wondering if you could help me verify that it is genuine? It comes from the Hell Creek formation so I believe it is, I just wanted to be sure. Also, if anyone has any reputable sources for T Rex teeth, that would be great to know as well (PM). Thanks in advance!! -Derek
  9. Help Identifying Tooth

    Can anyone id this tooth for me? I believe it to be from a dinosaur, but not sure which. No location was provided. Thank you!
  10. This is a some kind of tooth from the Eocene. I found it a few feet from this shark tooth I also found but couldn't figure what this is. I was imagining fish? Microscope images included and also showing it is transparent in the light where the tooth gets thinner. No serrations. People didn't like that I used American currency so here is Ancient Rome, , Canadian, Belgian and wheat cents for any time travelers or old timers. I lost my snarge ruler unfortunately.
  11. Pisco Formation find

    Good evening everyone. Today I've purchased for few bucks what I suppose being a mammal find. However even after trying to find some infos about the dentition (considering it as a tooth) of the cetacean genus of late miocene Peru I could not find somethinv similar to it. Thanks for the help
  12. Fossil ID help please tooth

    Found this tooth on the beach in South Texas. Another horseTooth? Not as big as the other teeth I found in same area. Thank you!!
  13. Hello everybody So I would like to trade one of my Megalodon tooth. It one solid tooth and pretty symmetrical on both sides. They measure 13,6 cm (5.35 in). Display stand is included in the trade and shipping worldwide is possible. It is from the Hawthorn Group in North Carolina Only downside is, that there are no fine serrations present on the tooth. I hope the pictures do it justice. If more pictures are needed, just ask I'm looking for Dinosaur material/teeth, especially Theropod teeth. Teeth from North America are very welcomed but not only from there. Let's just see what you got. Any offer is welcome and highly appreciated. If you want it, but don't think you got the stuff I'm looking for to trade, PM me nevertheless. Let me see what you have to offer and we'll see While we're at it. Also got some Fish to trade from Solnhofen.
  14. Hi again. im trying quite hard to find quickly a good spinosarus tooth thats real/not fully fabricated. ive done a bit more research this time for thoese who may see me for the second time. ive had a look at these and i personally thing this looks ok however im still a complete novice the tip has a bit of a bump on it not sure what thats about also im new to this forum apologies if me posting twice for the same topic is against the rules any help in identify these woud be very much appreciated
  15. I don't know if this is a fossilized tooth or not but I thought it might possible be. It's a gentleman's watch fob mounted in 14K gold and dates from the mid to late 1800's. Teeth were commonly used in this fashion but I have never seen a fob with a tooth like this. Can anyone identify it for me? I spent countless hours researching but couldn't find another tooth like it. The tooth is approximately 3/4 inches long. Thank you so much for any help you can provide.
  16. Tooth

    I found this tooth is Somerset, it is probably modern, does anyone know what it is?
  17. Dakotaraptor tooth

    Hi all! I stumbled upon a tooth thats for sale and labeled as dakotaraptor , what do you guys think? I know to little about raptor teeth to be able to make that call myself. Thanks! Patrik
  18. Hi im new to this forum, and the buying of fossils. I've dona a bit of research in fossil to see if there real or not etc. I needed help in identifying if this spinosaurus tooth is real or not. apologies if the pictures aren't the best I've used snipping tool to grab them off of online. The length of one tooth is 2.5"and claim they are from morocco kem kem. Your help is greatly appreciated, thankyou
  19. Good evening, I wanted to share some pictures of a fossilized whale vertebra and two Megalodon teeth that my boyfriend found while diving at Venice Beach Florida this past weekend. I have been wanting to go fossil hunting for Megalodon teeth in Florida for many years and I was blown away with his finds. I was also wondering if anyone can point out if there are any Megalodon teeth in the second picture of the various shark teeth I collected. I am hoping that there is a Meg tooth in there thank you so very much for taking the time to read my post. Any thoughts will be greately appreciated. Megalodon the apex predator of the prehistoric ocean Rules! Mina
  20. Strange Tooth?

    Found these on Solomon’s Island in MD. I’m bad at identifying these, but I’m pretty sure the one on the right is snaggletooth? The arrow looking one is throwing me for a loop though. Anyone think they can help? I’ve included the front and back of the arrow shaped one.
  21. Help IDing

    Need help IDing these two teeth. Found them next to each other, west georgia, between Columbus and Macon. Look like great whites but it seems so far from an ocean and I have no idea how long teeth stay white, assuming they were fossils that washed up in the recent rain.
  22. Strange juvenile gorgosaurus tooth

    What type of tyrannosaur tooth is this it’s 75 million years old and is from the Judith River formation it’s from a juvenile and is 2cm?
  23. Tiny theropod tooth ID

    Hey guys. I purchased this very small serrated theropod tooth from Hell Creek, USA. It is serrated on both edges and complete so I was wondering if it would be possible to give an ID on this tooth. It is 0,6cm on the largest end and 0,5cm on the smallest. Serration count on the smallest end is around 29-31 per 0,5cm. The long end serrations are a little worn to tell for sure. Thanks for the help and input Kind regards.
  24. A few months ago we welcomed a new member to the forum from Los Angeles, CA. @samtung like several members here has the kind of unbelievable artistic skills that I'd give my right arm for (I am left handed ). In his introductory post he showed some of his paleoart that he'd been working on: I noted with great interest that one of the creatures he displayed in that post was a nice Pachycephalosaurus wyomingensis. I've always had a soft spot in my heart for this hard-headed dinosaurian since I was a kid. I doubled down on my interest in this species when my wife and I were fortunate enough to meet-up with @jpc in Wyoming back in the summer of 2017 to collect some dinosaur bones on one of the private ranches with Late Cretaceous exposures. We were lucky enough to find an interesting dino tooth that was identified here on the forum as coming from P. wyomingensis. http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/78217-wyoming-fossil-hunting-adventure-september-2017/&do=findComment&comment=825238 This specimen among many others from that trip were labeled and packed away. I'd wanted to display this cool tooth in a more interesting way and seeing Sam's art gave me the idea I'd been waiting for. I contacted him and inquired if he'd be amenable to a commission for a nice drawing to go with this tooth. Another roadtrip last year which involved a visit to the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto provided another piece of the puzzle. I took some photos of the mounted cast of "Sandy" the pachy and forwarded this to Sam with the idea of showing the skull which (with open mouth) features the fang-like tooth I had found in Wyoming and accompanying this with a representation of the entire critter in life pose. I was not disappointed as I had not misplaced my trust that Sam could pull this off with talents beyond my comprehension. I had a custom mat and non-reflective glass made to fit a standard 11x14 frame and then played with ideas for placing the tooth. One idea was to put the tooth in the negative space to the left of the skull drawing but the tooth was thick enough that I'd have to double or triple mat the print to build enough "shadowbox" space to fit the tooth under the glass. I thought of punching a clean 1 inch hole into Sam's print and somehow recessing the tooth into the print. The risk of messing this up and destroying Sam's artwork prevented me from attempting this method. I kind of liked the idea of allowing the tooth to be (carefully) touchable and thought of mounting it over the print where I'd thought of placing it recessed. It sat on my desk for some time while I pondered this. Unfortunately, this placement over the top of the glass caused too much of a 3D shadow onto the print and it just wasn't working. I have no artistic skills but I have a reasonable eye for crafty constructions. In the end (though I may change my mind at some time), the tooth found a home centered at the bottom of the mat. This now hangs at eye level in the area leading between my kitchen and dining room (right above the mounts I made for some of my Mazon Creek fossils that I made some years ago). Having friends over for dinner in a little while so I wanted to get this completed and hung to show off to my friends. I'm happy with the results. Despite not being able to draw a recognizable stick figure, I know enough to spot talent when I see it and enlist those with such talent to make my dreams reality. Cheers. -Ken
  25. Tooth? Claw?

    Found in a small creek near the Manatee River, Parrish Florida. Would appreciate help with the ID. Thank you!
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