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  1. 10.5 in fossil

    Hi, my name is Jess, I am from a city in Massachusetts where we are lucky enough to have commercial fishermen go out and bring back some of the best seafood. I dated a fishermen for a bit and I could of cared less about money, I always wanted the sand dollars and sea glass and for such a horrible relationship I was at least able to make it out alive with what we thought to be possibly a saber tooth tigers? I appreciate any feedback. Thank you ! Jessie
  2. tanystropheus tooth

    Hello, any thoughts on this ? it is sold as tanystropheus tooth from Middle Triassic deposits of Wurzburg, Germany. 17mm in length. Edit: Formation is Muschelkalk. Hope it checks out. I've always had a fondness for long neckes tanystropheus. I see nothosaur teeth look similar, but seem to be quite distinctly curved, so im hopeful this isnt as misidentified nothosaur. Thanks
  3. Found this unusual tooth at GMR

    I found this unusual little guy in my screen at GMR. I don't think it is fossilized, but I was hoping someone out there recognized the tooth. My guess is racoon, badger or something like that. Thanks.
  4. Found together in same area- Id?

    Looking for ideas as to what these once were? They were found among others in the same area. Thoughts? Thanks in advance for your help.
  5. Tiny sand tiger tooth or something else

    Calvert formation. Ruler in metrics. Not so sure if it’s a tiny sand tiger species or something else.
  6. Super tiny requiem shark tooth?

    From the Calvert formation. Ruler in metrics
  7. Claw or Tooth for ID Florida

    I don't know if this is a claw or tooth or even something else. It is about 7/8 inch long. From a central East Coast Florida beach. Thanks for all the help.
  8. Possible mammoth tooth fragment?

    Hi, I found these a few months ago at Happisburgh. I'm hoping the black orange bit is a mammoth tooth fragment. I also found this grey rock, I've tried to look online but can't find anything similar looking to work out what it is. Many thanks.
  9. Another fish? Tooth? ID question

    Apologies but one last fish tooth question from my Saturday hunt in Big Brook. What is it. Is it even A fish tooth? Just over 1/2 inch long. Thank you
  10. I found these for sale. They look fake, painted teeth. What do you think?
  11. Green mill run mosasaur or crocodile?

    Hi again. I have another one for you. I think I could tell if it wasn't broken! Found in green mill run. It is 1.5 inches or 3.8 cm. There is a definite ridge on one side. I tried to get a good picture of its location, the cavity seems slightly oval. Thank you again! I really appreciate you all teaching and helping me!
  12. Any idea what these are?

    Going through my collection and trying to put a name to these. All from the Calvert formation. Please note the numbers on the paper identify the different teeth.
  13. Can someone identify these?

    Going through my collection and trying to put a name to these. From the Calvert formation. Please note the numbers on the paper, these are to identify the individual teeth
  14. Lower hemi or sand-tiger?

    Are these sans-tigers or Hemipristis? Found in the Calvert formation. Note the different numbers for different teeth.
  15. Tiger or tiger-like?

    Sorry I’m posting so much. I’m going through my collections and putting names to things. Are these tiger like or tiger sharks? Please note the numbers on the sticky notes since there are multiple teeth. Found in the Calvert formation
  16. Is this a sand tiger tooth?

    Is this a sand tiger tooth? Found in the Calvert formation
  17. Is this a hemipristis?

    Are these hemipristis teeth? Found in the Calvert formation
  18. What is this?

    Found this in the Calvert formation. Is it too worn to identify?
  19. Is this a bull shark tooth?

    Found in the Calvert formation. Wondering if it’s a bull shark tooth
  20. Hello. I was wondering if I could get some recommendations for a good shark tooth identification field guide for the Carolina's (or just a general guide). I currently use 'Fossil Shark Teeth of the World' by Joe Cocke. I like the book and layout, but the pictures are black and white and often not very good. I would also be interested in a more desk bound book if it included more high quality pictures. Thanks!
  21. Fossilized identification help

    My wife and I found this and have no idea if this is a tooth looks like a gum line to me but my knowledge is basically nothing please help
  22. What do I have here??

    Hey everyone!! I ran across something that was given to me many years ago when I was a child, and am interested in learning more about it. It has a paper with it stating what it is supposed to be, but I'm not 100% sure it's accurate either. Thanks for any help that can be given!!
  23. Found on Norfolk beach

    Hi i found this on a beach in Norfolk England, I thought possibly deer or bovine but unsure, there are 2 teeth and are pretty big, they have a lovly blue to them. Thanks in advance
  24. Ray tooth ID

    Hello! Help please to ID tooth. Length: 4 mm. Age: Miocene. Location: Western Ukraine. Thanks!
  25. Pliohippus horse tooth

    This tooth for sale caught my eye and was hoping someone could help ID it. It was purportedly found in Miocene deposits of Arizona and I _think_ it's a late wear stage cheek tooth of Pliohippus sp. I do not have measurements at this time. Thanks for the help!
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