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Found 14 results

  1. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/ancient-crocodiles-would-have-ordered-salad-180972518/ https://cosmosmagazine.com/palaeontology/some-prehistoric-crocs-were-vegetarians
  2. What type of tooth is this?

    Found this yesterday in the water at Caspersen Beach, FL. It looks like none of the other sharks’ teeth (or assumed sharks’ teeth). Found using a metal sifter. Any idea on what type it is or age, based on color (not brown or black)?
  3. Teeth

    I am an amateur at identifying fossils. There's only so few I know. Do you know what these are? I found them in New Jersey. (Point of reference: #8 is 3/4 of an inch long.)
  4. rock with teeth? any help is appreciated

    western NM dino teeth? definitely looks like a jaw, you guys are the coolest. thanks in advance
  5. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5368977/Humans-cared-dogs-14-000-years-study-finds.html
  6. Brownie's Beach Trip

    Hello everyone! I took a trip to Brownies Beach today in search of fossils. These were some of my favorite finds today! I found roughly 120 teeth, mostly very small.
  7. Fossil found by Genesee River

    I know nothing about fossil, bunch of rocks and stones were looking like eggs and some have weird strips that drew my attention. This one looks like a tooth so I grabbed it for fun . Can anyone Identify it for me?
  8. Teeth

    Hello, I hope that I'm doing this right. I was recently rock hunting in Kansas City, Mo and found these teeth. They were on the surface in a limestone formation on the side of a hill. I'm just wondering if someone could tell me something about them?
  9. Shark teeth (2) ID help

    At the recommendation of a fellow member I'm reposting two of the teeth I found a few weeks ago at Oak Island, NC to help get some more feedback on what they might be. I've added a couple more shots, one of the underside as well. Both have serrated cutting edges, and I had previously thought that the bottom tooth was just a straighter more symmetric looking Bull/Dusky/silky tooth vs. a tiny looking meg tooth. Top one I have no idea, but was given some good possibility of an extinct white shark predecessor. Any input is greatly appreciated!!!! Original pic is at the bottom.
  10. Tapir Toothrow

    From the album TEETH & JAWS

    These are the left-side cheek teeth of Florida tapir, Tapirus cf. T. veroensis. The length of the tooth row is 5.19 inches (132.0 mm). Pleistocene of Dixie County, Florida (This image is best viewed by clicking on the button on the upper right of this page => "other sizes" => "large".)

    © Harry Pristis 2016

  11. Found a lot of worn teeth today, I have never found such big teeth can you please help me identify type? Thank you
  12. Hello Everyone! Yep another newbie question! Can any of you recommend a good guide book on shark teeth? I want to try to learn about the geology/era and how to ID any fossil teeth I find. Although for now my few teeth won't take too much to look at, but I am hoping in the future to find sites to go to outside of the beach. At this time I mainly look on the beaches from Myrtle to Pawleys Island. Hopefully I will also figure out where to hunt in creeks, ditches and the like. Any info would be appreciated! I am so glad I found this forum, this looks like a great bunch of helpful people!
  13. Fossil Teeth

    A tooth? Found around coastal cliff bay area Queensland, Australia, shiny like a tooth but is it?
  14. Monster Teeth

    From the album Fossil Vertebrates, Invertebrates, and Plants

    Within this colection are Mosasaurus Beaugei and Enchodus lybicus, a Late Cretaceous marine reptile and giant fish, respectively, from the Ouled Abdoun Basin of Morocco and also Miocene sharks teeth from Morocco and Orange County, California.
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