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  1. Found tooth on North Carolina beach

    Hey all! I am an avid shark tooth hunter located in the Carolinas. I stumbled across these teeth and have no idea what they are. I was wondering if anyone could help me identify them or steer me in the direction of somebody who can. Thank you for your time and help!
  2. Is this a tooth or is this nothing?

    Was on holiday in costa rica 6 months ago and found this on the beach at the end of a small estuary. I guess it washed down to the beach, I'm pretty sure it's no aquatic animal tooth and I'm not even sure if it's a tooth. My only guess was crocodile but not even sure on that theres no look of enamel. Possibly a bit of bone that's been weathered into this shape. Any ideas? Struggling to add pictures because of the size limits The piece is around 2.5 inches long 1.25 inches wide
  3. This is the second item I purchased. It’s about 6.5” from Kem Kem in Morocco, any idea if it’s real, seller claims this is world-class and has minimal restoration, and the tip is natural
  4. Help identify tooth please.

    I found this tooth In desert near Albuquerque New Mexico. Could it be some kind of marine reptile? I would appreciate any ideas about ID. Thanks
  5. Tooth or barb?

    Good morning all. I am still digging through my unidentified draw again and I came across this "tooth" or "barb", not sure. It looks like a tooth to me, maybe you can help. I don't have any information on this item as it was given to me many years ago by a friend.
  6. Fish / Reptile Tooth?

    Age: Eocene Aprox. 40 million years ago. Location: Western Washington Puget Sound area. First two photos have bad lighting but are just to show size. Second photos have higher quality. I believe this is a tooth. This trip I pulled out a shark tooth as well today (last photo) however this is more round than the usual shark tooth. I suspect fish or reptile but wanted further confirmation. If anyone has any ideas, they are welcome to comment
  7. I'm not exactly sure what I'm looking at but I know it's a fossil. I found it while scanning the beach for bottles in the lowcountry of South Carolina. About 6cm give or take. Looks to have been broken prior to falling off or death but I don't know for sure.
  8. Fossil found on North Wales UK beach

    Hi, I found this on Penrhyn Bay beach in North Wales UK. Does anyone have an idea what it might be? More photos here
  9. Tooth ID

    Found this on a sandbar in Mississippi River near St. Charles Missouri, after the main channel was dredged. Appears to be a tooth but not like a canine type tooth. I was thinking shark tooth, maybe a native american trade piece. Any help would be greatly appreciated in identifying it.
  10. A Beauty of a Spinosaurid Tooth

    It's nothing particularly exciting, but I just wanted to share what is possibly the prettiest looking Spinosauridae tooth I've ever seen. The enamel patterning on it is gorgeous, and very different to what I've come across on run-of-the-mill Spino teeth before. Both carinae and tip are also beautifully preserved. There is a pretty smooth enamel texture and no fluting, plus it's even sporting an offset, short mesial carina for an extra bit of personality. (51mm) Anyone else want to share their favourite colourful teeth?
  11. Found on the eastern shore of the bay.
  12. Cow or Taurus tooth?

    Found it walking by seashore. Waves washed it out. Could it be something interesting, or just regular cow tooth? I'm from Lithuania
  13. Tooth or claw kem kem

    Hello together, there is a type of fossil from kem kem I have seen several times now under different descriptions in the net: It is either called a pterosaur wing claw, or an undescribed pharyngeal fish tooth. At least to my eye they look like the same structure. The number of specimens lets me think its rather fish than pterosaur, but I´d like to hear your opinions please. Here is an example: Thanks, J
  14. Megalodon?

    Found this in the river in North Carolina, pretty sure it's my first meg.
  15. Troodontid or Dromaeosaurid teeth?

    Hey everyone, I came across these teeth online; They're being sold as an Acheroraptor teeth, but seemed odd to me and reminded me of some recurved Pectinodon teeth I had seen elsewhere (given their small size, too). [Tooth 1] The tooth was found in Hell Creek deposits in Carter County, Montana. I edited the seller's images together to make some features more visible. Its total height is 5mm; the serration density I measured is around 6/mm; Scale bar is 4mm. [Tooth 2] The tooth was found in Hell Creek deposits in Powder River County, Montana. Its total height [?] is around 4mm; Since there was no exact scale reference I couldn't edit in a scale bar. Thanks for any help with this!
  16. TOOTH?

    Found by a friend in Northern Florida. I thought it was a tooth to maybe Gavialosuchus? What are your thoughts?? Thank You.
  17. Hey everyone, I hope your 2020 is going well so far. As the title says, what's everyones first fossil of the year? And what fossils are you hoping to add to your collection for 2020? My first fossil of this year is this beauty of a Tyrannosaurus Rex tooth. I'm also hoping to get a nice allosaurus tooth for my collection. Looking forward to seeing everyones finds, purchases and wants
  18. Need help

    Found on Texas Louisiana border is it a claw or a tooth and any idea of kind?
  19. Shark Tooth ID

    Can any one tell me what shark came from and if it might have came from a Megalodon?
  20. Lemon Shark Tooth?

    Lemon Shark Tooth?
  21. Copper Shark Tooth?

    Copper shark tooth?
  22. Claw or strange rock?

    Here is a 45 second closeup video of a claw shaped rock. I found it in a creek in North West Illinois, Whiteside County USA. I took it home just in case it actually was something other than a rock. What do you guys think. Thanks for the help. Claw or Rock Video
  23. Need help identifying couple of fossils

    Found these along the Colorado River near El Campo, Texas. MY dad and I think it is a tooth of some sort. We have found mammoth and mastodon teeth here. Let me know what you all think it is as we cannot decide. Thanks!
  24. Odd Tyrannosaur tooth

    Hi can anyone tell me what happened, or why this Tyrannosaur tooth looks this way. It looks very odd to me Thank you! it’s from the Judith River formation of Montana, and is 1.2 cm.