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Found 14 results

  1. Tooth Preparation

    Greetings I did some fossil hunting in Montana and came back with a few jewels. I don't mind doing the prep for the hadrosaur and trike material, but any recs on who I can send this tooth to? It is about 2.5 inches long and looks to be T. Rex. I want it to look as good as possible, but I am too much of a rookie to take it one myself. It still has a fair amount of matrix on it. Thanks
  2. Mastodon tooth enamel?

    Found this a year or two back while creek walking in Central Texas (Austin area). I always figured it was just part of a cretaceous era shell which are so common in our creeks. But I've recently seen pictures of mastodon enamel, and I've gotta say it looks similar. Any chance I'm on to something?
  3. Enamel lines in teeth

    So when I was taking a better look at my spinosaurus teeth I noticed that in the enamel part there are lines coming out from bottom to top, are these created by minerals or it was some kind of blood vessels or veins from when the animal was alive? Thanks.
  4. get your teeth into this,part two

    ray Dental sexual dimorphism and morphology of Urotrygon microphthalmum Bianca de Sousa Rangel Zoomorphology,april 2016 RECOMMENDED
  5. I have a focus on whale today because I recently obtained a few. This generally leads me to trying to understand and identify my finds. This in turn leads to questions. What is Whale Ivory? When I can not find answers or at least thoughtful discussion elsewhere, thanks for TFF. I found a PDF here: https://www.cites.org/sites/default/files/eng/resources/pub/E-Ivory-guide.pdf Nothing in the above definition of Whale Ivory ever uses the word "Ivory". What exactly is the whale Ivory? Modern Whale tooth -- Is the slightly yellow tip the enamel? Is the Cementum covering the Ivory? What about Fossil whale teeth like this Scaldicetus: The tip enamel is easily seen. Is the outer covering Cementum or Ivory or both?
  6. NSR Mammal Enamel

    From the album North Sulfur River

    This tiny enamel's lovely red color is the only thing that allowed me to find it. I'm not sure of the species.
  7. Tooth with cut marks? or something else?

    Fossil Forum! Turning to your wisdom as always as we play another round of "Is it a tooth?"! Guessing we have a tooth here of some kind, but the enamel and shape are unusual. It measures the size of a quarter in diameter. Found in the cretaceous river beds of Monmouth NJ. Plus those cut marks are a fascinating bonus feature. What kind of fossil find is this? Could it be reptilian?
  8. Three root tooth - Help with ID

    I found this teeth on a beach in the Savannah River. I have to specimens both broken but I believe there the same species. Both have the what it appears to be a three root base. Specimen A Any input its appreciated! Thanks!!
  9. Not sure on this one and not mine so I am pretty sure I will get requests for other angles but not sure that I can get them. Was found in a N. Texas creek this weekend. Looks like enamel but could be calcite?
  10. Any ideas

    This thing is heavy and I'm not sure if it's a fossil but it's not metal and it looks like it is covered in enamel. It's about 2" long and 1-1/4" wide and 1/2 " thick.
  11. broken vert and fragments

    #1 was screened from the ocean at Venice Beach, the others were found in Peace River Not sure #5 can be identified but it looked like it was coated with enamel
  12. Enamel possibly mastodon

    Ok this is probably the last one
  13. ID help on ?mammal? Teeth?

    Hey all, here are four different examples of what I believe to be teeth from the same species. To me they appear to be herbivore grinding teeth or omnivore molars. Any ideas? thanks!!
  14. Tooth Or Claw?

    Searching for an ID on this pc
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