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Found 15 results

  1. Ray barb or teeth

    This piece is .45" long. Barbs/teeth on one side only @ .025" tall & .025" pitch. The opposite side of the teeth is not damaged and show no evidence of teeth or barbs. Can anyone give me some clues as to what this might be?
  2. Dermal denticles

    Originally from the Midwest, I've been hunting for fossils for about 50 years and found about two "fossilized sea shells". And this was not from a lack of trying! I moved to Summerville, SC about three years ago for a job that included lots of travel. Now that travel is finished and meeting new friends in the area, I have connected with some kids that stumbled onto something that I think is big! Had I grown up in Summerville, I probably would have change my career to paleontology instead of Electrical Engineering. I am amazed at the finds here in my home town. I have taken my wife and kids including their friends to a spot that allows them to find Shark teeth (at a minimum) within 2 minutes of arriving to an area. My dilemma, I would like to know what these type of "dermal denticles" are. For every 20 shark teeth I find, I find one of these. Please refer to the attached pics. Thanks Matt
  3. New Fossil hunter

    Hi everyone....im new to fossil finding and would like help in identifying some new fossils i found. Thankyou in advance.
  4. ID Help - Fossils from Summerville

    Hey guys! Hoping for some help identifying a few things I found in Summerville, SC today. Thanks!
  5. Shark Teeth ID

    Hi, I’m new to this site and currently trying to get some of my different fossils identified, for I do not know too much about them. Here are two shark teeth that I can’t ID. At first I thought the larger one was a megalodon tooth but after more research I am uncertain. I found the larger one on folly beach, SC, and the smaller one in a Summerville ditch. Thanks!
  6. Summerville Vertebrae

    Hey guys, I pulled these vertebrae out of the chandler bridge formation (late oligocene) in Summerville, SC today. Does anyone know what they belong to?
  7. Looking for ID help.

    Hello! We took a short trip to Summerville yesterday & had a good haul. This is the item we are most interested in knowing more about if anyone can help. Thanks!
  8. Trigonotodus alteri?

    Hello everyone, I bought this tooth a while back from @Sharks of SC and it’s been nagging at my brain for a while. SOSC came to the conclusion it is a thresher tooth (and I do agree) but it has two cusps. As far as I know, Trigonotodus alteri is the cusped variety of giant thresher, but usually only has one cusp each side. I seem to remember seeing another double cupped thresher for sale a long time ago, but one of the cusps was very reduced. Information on these guys is incredibly scarce, so I was wondering what your (the clever people who inhabit this forum) thoughts were on it. It’s from the chandler bridge fm (oligocene) in SC, although Miocene fossils sometimes find their way in. According to SOSC other thresher teeth were found at the site. I considered the possibility of serratolamna, but none looked quite right and the age makes it very unlikely (though I suppose a thresher based on overall rarity is unlikely). SOSC’s pictures, I’m horrid at photography. About an inch slant height Thanks for any help! These threshers sure are interesting, I think I might have to start a thresher sub-collection...
  9. Tooth Id #1

    Here are a few that I have no idea what kind if shark teeth these are. Thank you for any suggestions!
  10. Tooth Id #3

    Here are a few more that I am unsure of. Makos?
  11. Tooth Id #2

    I am trying to identify some of the teeth I have found over the last couple trips. Are the top three great whites? The bottom two makos? Thanks for your help.
  12. Tooth or Claw

    Here are pictures of the second one.
  13. Tooth or Claw

    Here are two finds on a recent trip to South Carolina. I am not sure if they are teeth or claws. Any ideas will be GREATLY appreciated. These are pictures of the first one. Second to follow shortly.
  14. Mystery Bone

    From the album Black Friday Creek - South Carolina

    Mystery Bone (Some type of auk?) Chandler Bridge Formation (?) Oligocene - Miocene Era Ladson, South Carolina Found on December 23, 2015

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  15. Seal Or Whale Tooth?

    My wife found this tooth this morning. We were searching in a creek near Summerville, SC. I assume it is the Chandler Bridge formation. The tooth is approximately 1 inch long. Any ideas?
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