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Found 28 results

  1. Notorynchus primigenius

    From the album Pleistocene and Miocene fossils

    A 2.5 cm long Notorynchus primigenius, which I found at the beach "Zwarte Polder" (near Cadzand). This is a quite rare find for a beach find!!
  2. I alreay posted my little hunt in Antwerp here. Beside that I also hunted on a few beaches near Cadzand. Its quite a popular location and there are many people, who are looking for shark teeth. But the quality of the shark teeth isnt that good compared to land sites. Here are some pictures of the beaches: I was mainly in Cadzand directly, in the area of Nieuwvliet but also on a beach near Vlissingen. Here is a picture of the beach near Vlissingen (De Kaloot): Some "in situ" pictures: + Doesnt look too bad Here is my haul: This was the biggest one with a length of 4 cm from Cadzand: I was very happy about this one: A 2.5 cm long Notorynchus primigenius I found it at the "Zwarte Polder" (near Cadzand) One of the best non-tooth-find was this ear bone of a dolphin: (about 3 cm long) My find werent that good but the season wasnt ideal. (too hot, too many people, not much wind ...) Nevertheless I am satisfied with my finds and hopefully next year I can find even more things Thanks for watching!
  3. Carcharoides catticus

    From the album Pleistocene and Miocene fossils

    A nice Carcharoides catticus tooth with a length of 1.2 cm from Cadzand (Het Zwin).
  4. Cosmopolitodus hastalis

    From the album Pleistocene and Miocene fossils

    A 4.6 cm long Cosmopolitodus hastalis from a beach near Cadzand. My biggest tooth until now and a very big beach find (such teeth are not common there) ! From other angles:
  5. ,Last week I enjoyed my holidays in the Netherlands. The weather was not too bad and sometimes even sunny ! I also visited many locations where I searched for fossils. For example I was in Antwerp, in Nieuwvliet and also at the "Zwarte Polder". Beside those locations I collected some nice shark teeth at the beaches near Cadzand. The fossils come mainly from the Miocene, Pliocene until the Pleistocene. I want to show you my finds from the last day which was the most successful hunting day there ! I spent almost the whole day at a beach near Cadzand and found some beautiful and big shark teeth ! Here is a picture of the beach: Can you find the tooth? Some of the bigger ones: A nice 4 cm long Isurus Oxynchus(?): Unknow tooth with a nice root: (3 cm long) This specimen is a bit worn ... And the find of the day !! My biggest tooth until now Its about 4.6 cm long and it should be a Isurus escheri or? I will post some more pictures in the next days ! Hope you enjoyed the pictures
  6. Last week I had a great time to hunt in the Netherlands/Belgium for shark teeth. I was mainly at a good site near Antwerp but those finds I will post in the next days. What i want to show you here are the teeth and other things, which I found on various beaches there. For example i was in Cadzand or in Vlissingen. Too bad the shark teeth dont really have a good quality but nonetheless I am happy with my finds But pictures say more than words... Zwarte Polder: There its very difficult to find shark teeth with a good quality and the beach is often full with tourists. The fossiliferous sand comes from the Westerscheide so from eroding layers underwater. The fossils come mainly from the Miocene, Pliocene until the Pleistocene. Here are some "shabby" finds: (shark and ray teeth) The shark teeth are also very small ... This tooth is with 1.2 cm one of the prettiest: A damaged Geleocerdo: Beside of the shark teeth i also found some fish vertebrates. The biggest one is 1.5 cm long:
  7. Trivia sp.

    From the album Pleistocene and Miocene fossils

    Trivia sp. with a length of 1 cm from the beaches near Cadzand.
  8. Fish vertebra

    From the album Pleistocene and Miocene fossils

    A 2.4 cm big fish vertebra from a beach near Cadzand.
  9. I want to share my fossils from a one week tour with you. I was in Cadzand (Netherlands), in Hoevenen (Antwerpen), in Barvaux and also in Eckelsheim (Germany). The most time i was on the beaches in Cadzand. Its just wonderful there and i dont spend my whole time to look for fossils On the beaches near Cadzand i didnt found that much as last year, but i think its still a nice haul. I found many bivalves, some fish vertebra, Gastropods, Balanus sp. and also many bones .... Bivalves: They are very common on some beaches, so i collect only the nicest ones: Glycymeris obovata: Megacardita (Venericor) planicosta: I found also some Pecten (Plural of Pecte ?) Balanus sp.: This fossil is also very common in Cadzand. So here are the best two: Trivia sp. On of my personal favourites are the Trivia sp. Too bad that they are very rare there .... This are all: Detailed:
  10. Bones ID

    I found this 3 bones on a beach near Cadzand. It would be great, if someone can help me identify them ... 1) Horse (Toe) ?? 2) A vertebra ... Which animal ?
  11. Balanus sp.

    From the album Fossils from Cadzand

    Balanus sp. Cazand / Netherlands
  12. Fish vertebra

    From the album Fossils from Cadzand

    Fish vertebra from Cadzand / Netherlands
  13. Fish vertebra

    From the album Fossils from Cadzand

    Fish vertebra from Cadzand / Netherlands
  14. Fish vertebra

    From the album Fossils from Cadzand

    Fish vertebra from Cadzand / Netherlands
  15. Myliobatis sp.

    From the album Fossils from Cadzand

    Myliobatis sp. Cadzand / Netherlands
  16. Balanus sp.

    From the album Fossils from Cadzand

    Balanus sp. Cazand / Netherlands
  17. Myliobatis sp.

    From the album Fossils from Cadzand

    Myliobatis sp. Cadzand / Netherlands
  18. Myliobatis sp.

    From the album Fossils from Cadzand

    Myliobatis sp. Cadzand / Netherlands
  19. Fish vertebra

    From the album Fossils from Cadzand

    A fish vertebra from Cadzand
  20. Fish vertebra

    From the album Fossils from Cadzand

    A fish vertebra from Cadzand
  21. Trivia sp.

    From the album Fossils from Cadzand

    Trivia sp. from Cadzand / Netherlands
  22. Trivia sp.

    From the album Fossils from Cadzand

    Trivia sp. from Cadzand / Netherlands
  23. Megacardita

    From the album Fossils from Cadzand

    Megacardita Cadzand / Netherlands Eocene
  24. Megacardita

    From the album Fossils from Cadzand

    Megacardita planicosta Cadzand / Netherlands Eocene
  25. Isurus

    From the album Fossils from Cadzand

    Isurus from Cadzand / Netherlands
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