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  1. Unknown Aguja Fm Tooth... or not?

    Hello again TFF! I found, what might be, a partial tooth in some Aguja Fm matrix that I haven't been able to ID...It has an interesting texture on it so it may be a piece of bone or something else entirely! It is 13mm tall, 12mm wide and 7mm thick. Thanks for your help! Front Back Top Side
  2. Strange tooth in my grandma’s collection

    My grandma has recently given me her entire shark tooth collection with over 2,000 teeth she’s found since she was a girl at the beach house she owns. One of her teeth is not like the rest, however, and is really thick compared to the others even as worn as it is. For reference this American quarter is barely short of an inch, so the tooth is likely exactly an inch. To me, it looks like a canine of some kind but I can’t tell. These are the best images I could get within the 3.95 mb max and can post more if necessary too. Anybody know anything more about it, or if it is just an ordinary shark tooth?
  3. saber tooth ?

    Hi we found this in the spoil heap from sand clay flint mix dug from on top of a thick layer of boulder clay at about 1.5m in a shallow valley in north suffolk about 12 miles inland it has a clockwise twist I am hoping it is a tiger tooth but am prepared to be disappointed
  4. Meg tooth?

    Hi was wondering if this was a meg.
  5. Tooth from Post Oak Creek, TX

    I thought this was a sharks tooth but now I’m having second guesses.
  6. Do any of you guys know what it is?
  7. Shark tooth ID

    Hello! Help with identification please. Scale - mm. Western Ukraine, Lviv region. Neogene, Miocene. Thanks!
  8. Hello everyone. My first post in a while, and I just want to know the authenticity of these fossils that I bought online some time ago. I understand not the flashiest or most compelx, but I would just like to know. Please let me know if you would like better pictures. Mosasaur: Edaphosaurus
  9. Kileskus tooth

    Quite a rare little Russian tooth but a bit battered. Sold as from the Itat formation in Siberia. 8mm. Anyone know if it is Kileskus? Thanks
  10. Good Evening, After one failed attempt of procuring an authentic Megaladon tooth and the money lost, I’m ready to resume attempts of purchasing a genuine specimen. Can you advise on a reputable location, store or website where I can now purchase an authentic megaladon tooth? I am very wary of scams, fake teeth, concrete molds, lead injection, etc. Support appreciated.
  11. Hi Guys and Girls, as you can see im really a new member. im currently searching for a good Carcharodontosaurus tooth and i found this one. It would be great if you could tell me if its real or not and in which condition it is and for which price i should buy that. best regards, this forum is phantastic! Phil
  12. Trying to ID this from Peace River

  13. 2 teeth from Florida

    Hello, The first tooth was found in the Gulf Coast of Florida at Manasota Beach, in Charlotte County. It is wave worn. It is 1” (25.4mm) Second one is 5/8” (15mm) and was found in Venice at a landsite. Thanks for looking!
  14. Dromaeosaur tooth?

    I saw this little tooth. Sold as dromaeosaur, Wyoming, Weston County, Lance Formation. 1.9 cm It seem legit? Thanks
  15. Unidentified Theropod

    Whats up everyone!? So i just received 3 new " Unidentified Theropod " teeth . I will be posting 1 a night for the next 3 nights. All of these teeth were found in the Judith River Formation in Hill County Montana. Heres Tooth #1 Judith River Formation Hill County MT CH 16.5 mm 14 serrations per 5 mm on the distal side of the tooth 17.5 serrations on the mesial side of the tooth Twist present on the mesial carina My thoughts - Dromaeosaurus Albertensis..... Tell me what you all think? @Troodon
  16. Hi all, new member here. While searching for a gift for my mentors, who collect dinosaur fossils, I came across this (attached) Spinosaurus aegyptiacus tooth. Unfortunately, the vendor's website only has the two pictures attached. They're claiming it is 2-1/2" . Found at the "Kem Kem Region Of Morocco". I would love to hear your thoughts on whether this is real, or worth it at all. Thank you! Fabio
  17. Hello all please could some actually tell me if this is a real spino tooth if possible I've very new in collecting and I wanted to start small with my children as I've order them replicas of a trex tooth and a annimite sorry bad spelling I know but I order this off a seller on Amazon and I just want some more insight in to withers this is really or not and I'm sorry it I have a bad camera (some reason I can't upload a photo my size is to big so if possible could some send me a really picture of a spino tooth and I'll check for some similar that is about it and also I could send the link that I ordered it from if this is allowed many thanks nimble
  18. Dimetrodon tooth?

    At 8mm, it seems small to me. Any thoughts? From the Texas Red Beds.
  19. Tooth?

    Went in a stream in Charleston and found a bunch of shark teeth but I found this guy and have no clue what it is! Anyone have any thoughts?
  20. British Megalodon Tooth

    Hello, I've just been given a megalodon tooth by a fisherman from Essex. He tells me that he found it on his local beach (Harwich) and because he isn't really interested in fossils, it was gathering dust in his shed and he was happy to give it to me. British megs of this quality are basically unheard of... My question is, is it possible that this is a British meg? I have no reason to think he was lying, but if that's the case, this tooth is unbelievable for the location! Cheers!
  21. Hi! I’m new in the forum. I'm an Italian naturalist, sorry for my english. I wanted to ask for an opinion about this spinosaurus tooth .. I don't think it's a single tooth, in your opinion how much is it composed and restored? thanks!
  22. Been a while - please help ID

    First 'fossil" - not even sure if it is - is hollow. I think it is a claw. Second I think a tooth from noncarnivore something. Found in the Peace River in Florida TIA
  23. Bone Fossil?

    Hi I found this odd shaped rock and was wondering if it's possibly a fossilized bone or tooth of some kind. Does it look familiar to any of you? It's 2 1/2 inches long, limestone. I find petrified wood near where this was found so it makes me wonder if it's some kind of fossil. It is definitely shaped differently than most limestone rocks I find.
  24. Hi all! I just obtained an 8 mm juvenile T. rex tooth and have compared it to my 13 mm juvenile nanotyrannus tooth. Even though they are located in different positions in the jaw, there is a remarkable difference in the two teeth. I just don’t understand how these cannot be two different species?! The debate goes on...
  25. Hello, We are absolutely new to the world of fossils hence any help with identifying this will be greatly appreciated. My son and I went looking for fossils on the Brazos river bed near Sugar Land, TX. We found the attached fossil. It looks like a claw or a tooth. Please let me know if you need any additional information. Sorry I did not take pictures next to a rule. The item is around 2 inches long. Thanks and looking forward to your replies sjohn
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