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  1. I found this Dilophosaurus tooth for sale online and am suspicous of its authenticity. The problem is I don't know a lot (or anything) about dinosaur teeth and how one would go about spotting a cast. Any advice would be appreciated, thanks.
  2. I found this upper canine from a Smilodon for sale online. The number of surface imperfections lead me to believe the tooth is authentic though it could be a particularly well done cast. The seller has a couple other Smilodon fossils both of which seem legitimate. However the fossil is coming from China and I hear falsified fossils are very common in China. I would greatly appreciate another opinion thanks.
  3. Identify Shark Tooth?

    My grandson found this, what looks like a fossil shork tooth this weekend. Found in Puerto Penasco, Mexico it is
  4. Spinosaurus gift

    I thought I would share this. A gift for my 6-year old nephew's birthday. An amazing Spinosaurus model/toy with working jaw, highly detailed, and an actual Spino fossil tooth, approx. 150 myo. I know if I were a 6 year old crazy about dinosaurs, which I was, and still am, would go berserk over this gift. I almost want to keep them for myself, haha. and Happy Mothers Day to all of the moms out there! KP
  5. Mammal tooth fragment .. Savannah River

    Hi There, Picked up this tooth fragment while sifting on the Savannah river. The sifter always seems to pull up cool stuff. First time in a long time that I brought out the heavier gear and my arms were dying by the end of the day. It looks too robust for a tapir tooth (?) and the chewing surfaces (what is left of them) feels off. I know the fauna is similar in the Florida Peace river. This would be Pliocene-Pleistocene @digit @Shellseeker does this strike your fancy right off as something recognizable. It may be too much of a fragment. Thanks, Brett
  6. Hi everyone and Merry Christmas! So yesterday I got a mosasaurus tooth from my brother. He bought it in Germany for few euros. I was shocked because i thought that things like that cost thousands euros! Is it possible that this tooth is real??? I'm really happy that I got it but I just can't believe it's real I'm sending you guys pictures of this tooth, please tell me what you think! And again, Merry Christmas everyone! (It's first time when I'm using forum so sorry if I did something wrong!!)
  7. I found this tooth at North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina last week and I have no idea what species to which it belongs. Any help would be appreciated in figuring out what it is. Thanks!
  8. Mosasaurus hoffmani?

    So I found this in a stream in New Jersey. Fossil shark teeth are common, along with Mosasaurs teeth, although they are less common. Dinsosaur bones are a rare occurance in this location. I think it is a Mosasaur tooth fragment and it’s large size (probably over 2 inches if complete) would put it in the range of Mosasaurs hoffmani, a species that has been found in the area but is very rare. It could also be a bone of some sort and not a tooth at all. I was hoping someone with more knowledge on the subject could shed some light on this find.
  9. Found these while searching some of the very fine matrix from Sharktooth hill. My first thought was a cusp from a shark tooth, but they have no damage other than no root. Had a couple of other thoughts, but they did not fit either. This left Me with fish tooth as the most likely candidate. Please help to deny or confirm this idea. Scale in millimeters. Thanks for any help, Tony
  10. ID needed please

    Hello! Let me introduce myself. Im an old guy in Northeastern Calif. I Do a lot of hiking in the High Desert of Lassen county. Last week on a 2 night 20 hike i found this. Im a fairly knowledgeable about what i usually find. Arrowheads ,jasper, petroglyphs but this is the first time ive found what i believe to be a fossil tooth. The area is Near Karlo Calif and is known to have Pleistocene fossils according to a friend. Any help or input would be great. Peace Alan
  11. Heavy Bison Lean but not sold yet

    i found this tooth on a gravel bar today, I'm thinking buffalo but seems big even for that, ive found horn cores part of a skull and a few leg bones of a buffalo up river but they are still bone. this tooth could be from the same animal but it seems unusually dense so it may be fossilized and therefore from another animal. or bison teeth are naturally dense i don't know looking for help with id. if my osteology class taught me anything i can tell you its an upper right molar but that's all I'm confident about.
  12. What is this tooth?

    I purchased this tooth on an auction site for very cheap and I'm wondering what it could be. It is from Calvert Cliffs,Maryland and its 3,5cm. Thats All the information I know... I have 2 guesses: whale or Pliosaur though I think it's more whale than Pliosaur because they are very rare... What do you think? Any clue or detail would help.Thanks
  13. Help identify fossil tooth

    Found along a river in southeast nebraska would like to know what it’s from
  14. Need help identifying shark tooth

    Hello folks. I bought this tooth about 10 years ago from a seller in Georgia. He had no clue as to what shark it came from. I just recently made a necklace out of it and felt like I should know what species it’s from. It also appears to be very old. Anyone have a clue? Very much appreciated!
  15. My fifth megalodon repair

    Hello all! This is my fifth attempt at repairing a megalodon tooth. Below are all the photos of the process. If anyone has broken megs like this one and wants to give them away, then send me a PM.
  16. This tooth is from South Carolina, and it doesn't look like any of the species i am familiar with. It seems like the root is way to big for it to be a meg.
  17. ID help needed

    Good evening fossil friends. I'm looking for assistance in an ID for this tooth found in a tributary of the Peace River in Arcadia, FL. Thank you in advance.
  18. Parotodus benedeni?

    I have this tooth, and I was wondering if it is a false mako tooth. I haven't really seen anything like it in my guide except for a false mako.
  19. Shark Tooth Dilemma

    I recieved £70.00 for christmas and i then added that to the money i have earned which now gives me £99.15, which is enough to get this shark tooth I want, but it would mean the majority of my money gone. The shark tooth is of a Alopias grandis. I'm not sure if i should save my money and buy some models, since i collect them, or get this Alopias grandis tooth. I am fascinated by this shark! Its huge, and according to my research, it was the second biggest shark to have ever lived , measuring in at a length of 13 meters and it was big enough to swallow a fully grown man whole!
  20. Unknown large molar

    I'm not having much luck in trying to identify this fossil tooth, by attempting to find similar images of tooth pattern and size. I have no information on where it was found, and the label only read "Fossil Tooth". The roots are large, and show some kind of apparent secondary mineral growth which gives them an abnormally rough appearance. The enameled crown measures 2.75" x 1.40", and the height when upright measures 3". There is loose, but trapped, bone, visible in one of the pictures, between four of the roots. If anyone has any suggestions, or recognizes the tooth, it would be appreciated greatly! Paul
  21. Meg Or Gw Greenmillrun Creek

    Can anyone say whether this is a Megalodon or Great white fossil tooth? Found in green mill run creek which flows into the Tar River in the city of Greenville state of North Carolina USA. Part of the Upper Yorktown Formation thought to be Pliocene and some Miocene Epochs
  22. Please Help To Id Tooth

    i found this fossil tooth in a second hand shop I need help to figure out what exactly is . Thank you
  23. Repair Megalodon Tooth

    Hi everyone, I would like to learn how to repair a 6' megalodon tooth I have in my possession. About 40% is missing, but the remaining tooth is not half bad. I do not know where to start as far as tools and materials go. I am an experienced painter and sculptor so hopefully that comes in handy? Also, I recently repaired a shattered triceratops rib, so I have a tiny bit of experience with fossil repair. Although, I am sure that shark teeth are entirely different. So....does anyone have any experience with repairing fossil meg teeth? Is it a complex process? What tools and materials do I need? I would really like to do this. I've heard it takes practice and experience, but I think it would be an interesting challenge. Thanks so much! Lauren Sorry in advance for the lousy picture(s)...