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Found 26 results

  1. Hi, I acquired this tooth a couple days ago and was wondering if anyone could confirm that it is fully authentic, I don’t really have reason to believe it’s faked, or restored, the root just looks odd... I’m thinking it’s just odd preservation, because 1. I’ve never seen a restored bear canine that’s not museum quality, and 2. I’d think it would be completely restored too museum or near museum quality. @Harry Pristis @Shellseeker @Bone Daddy@PODIGGER. TIA, I appreciate all thoughts!
  2. Carnivore/omnivore canines from Florida

    Hey, I purchased these in two groups as raccoon, river otter, and possum canines, but I wanted to make sure they’re what I got them as. Biggest of them all is 1 3/16 @Harry Pristis @Shellseeker @Bone Daddy. TIA!
  3. Santa Fe carnivore canine

    Hey guys, Here's a partial canine that I got from Cris & Kyle around 2 and a half years ago. It's from the Santa Fe River in Florida, so Pleistocene in age. I've compared it to several canines online, and my best guess right now is spectacled bear (Tremarctos floridanus), but I feel like it could also be a lower canine from a dire wolf (Canis dirus). It doesn't seem cat-like to me. What do you think? I can provide more angles if necessary. Thanks in advance, Max
  4. Another strange large molar

    I almost didn’t realize this was a tooth until I polished it with a magic eraser because the algae was so think. I found it in Florida. Any thoughts?
  5. Hello everyone I’ve been wondering for a while now about some pieces in my collection and whether they are genuine. Here are the three: Piece of Mammoth Tusk (pretty sure it’s fake) Cave Bear bone Spinosaurus Tooth
  6. Hi, Even in this hard times of corona virus outbreak I couldn't resist the urge to visit again a cave that I found a few weeks ago, but couldn't explore it fully. So I went again and this last time I went in the cave I found a great number of bones scattered around the cave. I think they are probably modern, but it is weird because the cave isn't very easily accessible for animals since it has a few big drops. I found this tooth in a small ,,room,, which was barely big enough to squeeze in to. In that same place there were a small broken skull and many bones, but this is just one of the many places with such bones. At first I even thought that some explorers ate a chicken or something like that in there, but the bones are just too many and THIS WOULD HAVE BEEN A CHICKEN SLAUGHTER FEST. I would be glad to hear your opinions on what creature is this toot from and if it is modern or ancient. The color I guess would suggest modern but i am no expert on how are bones preserved in caves and sadly I have no information on the age of the cave. I hope you are all fine and the virus never gets to you!
  7. Hi there I recently purchased a cave bear paw and arm. It unfortunately cracked almost clean thru along a pin at the end of the humerus and a few piece broke off the head of the humerus. The seller said to use super glue for the repair. I am a total amateur. Is this the best thing to use? Any recommendations on how repair or what to use. If you recommend something other that super glue please let me know if it's something I can buy online Thanks!
  8. Cave bear teeth and shark spine?

    Hi guys unfortunately I have no info on these but I was hoping you guys could give some generic info on these pieces (also cave bear toe bone?)
  9. Interesting article. This cave seems to be loaded with history making fossils. https://www.foxnews.com/science/ice-age-bear-and-wolf-like-creature-found-in-underwater-mexican-cave
  10. cave lion or cave bear?

    hello majoriti of the tooth found in this cave are form cave bear but this canine looks to me a bit different can you tell me is thi another U. spelaeus or something else?
  11. Dog, Wolf, Bear Tooth?

    We found this tooth today in a gravel bed of a creek while looking for shark teeth. Can anyone help me determine what it is? I would appreciate any feedback.
  12. http://www.techtimes.com/articles/230575/20180619/22-000-year-old-jaw-fossil-reveals-ancient-breed-of-giant-panda.htm
  13. What do you guys think? Don't mind the line across the top, the piece unfortunately snapped in half and was repaired.
  14. Always assumed this was small bear tooth

    This was found in the peace river last season, it’s been kinda just in my scraps. I always assumed this was a bear tooth, but I’ve never found anything else like this. Ideas?
  15. For trade. 1.75 x 1 inch Urus spelaeus tooth. Pleistocene, Romainia.
  16. Ursus spelaeus astragalus

    Astragalus of a cave bear.
  17. Ursus spelaeus ulna

    From the album Ursus spelaeus (Cave Bear) collection.

    An ulna bone from an Ursus spelaeus (Cave Bear). Found in the "Drachenhöhle", Mixnitz, Austria.
  18. Ursus spelaeus mandible.

    From the album Ursus spelaeus (Cave Bear) collection.

    Huge Ursus spelaeus (Cave Bear) left mandible. From Mixnitz, Steiermark, Austria. The "Drachenhöhle", or " Dragons Cave".
  19. Ursus spelaeus mandible.

    From the album Ursus spelaeus (Cave Bear) collection.

    Huge Ursus spelaeus (Cave Bear) left mandible. From Mixnitz, Steiermark, Austria. The "Drachenhöhle", or " Dragons Cave".
  20. Hello everyone, hope you all had a great Christmas! Here is what I got for Christmas Here's what they are in order: Cave Bear Ursus spelaeus canine tooth (4"), Cave Bear finger bone, Ohio Native American knife/arrowhead, Native American arrowhead from Logan Creek, Iowa, small Mosasaur tooth, bag of Hell Creek micro matrix, a nice sized chunk of meteorite, and a beautiful piece of Labradorite
  21. My Own Cave Bear

    Just wanted to share a new fossil I bought some days ago. It's the right side of a mandible from a cave bear (Ursus spelaeus). It's about 40,000 years old, 30 cm (12 in.) long, and was found in Romania. I find ice age mammals really interesting, so I'm happy I got this!
  22. Dire Wolf? Bear?

    I just found this tooth in Florida's Peace River. It looks like a canine. Shell Seeker suggested either bear or dire wolf, and as always, he suggested I turn to the experts on the Fossil Forum for help. I appreciate all input.
  23. Large Tooth Id?

    Hello, this fossil was given to me and I was wondering if anyone would know what it might be. It is approximately 4" in length and I am assuming it is a tooth of some kind. Unfortunately I am not sure of its origins. Also, is there a way to determine if it is real or a reproduction? Thank you in advance! -Circuit
  24. Ursus spelaeus astragalus

    From the album Mammal Fossils

    Ursus spelaeus Rosenmüller, 1794 An astragalus from a cave bear. Location: Zoölithenhöhle, Germany Age: Late Pleistocene

    © &copy Olof Moleman

  25. Ursus spelaeus hand bone

    From the album Mammal Fossils

    Ursus spelaeus Rosenmüller, 1794 A hand bone from a cave bear. Location: Zoölithenhöhle, Germany Age: Late Pleistocene

    © &copy Olof Moleman

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