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  1. Chris Anderson

    Mystery Bone

    Found these this evening on mrytle Beach. I don't know what animal they come off of but they are good sized? Does anyone have any helpful information on what they come off of?
  2. Chris Anderson

    Beach fossil

    Found this piece today on North Myrtle Beach. It has a neat pattern on it. It is a roughly 1/4 inch thick. It could possibly be a turtle shell fragment? That is my closest guess. Found on North Myrtle Beach.
  3. Chris Anderson

    Petrified wood

    Found this piece today on North Myrtle Beach. I have never found a piece of petrefied wood before but I do own a piece. The pattern on it looks like examples I've seen bit I'm not sure. Any help with greatly be appreciated
  4. Chris Anderson

    Shark tooth

    My wife Nicole found this nice size sharks tooth today on North Myrtle Beach. All the enamel is worn off and the left side of the gum is missing. It would have been wonderful if she would have found it in good condition but still a exciting find! We hope all of y'all are finding alot too
  5. Chris Anderson

    Fossil moullsk

    Here is a pair of fossil moullsk she'll me and my wife found today. I believe they are also called sterkins. These were found on North Myrtle Beach.
  6. Chris Anderson

    A Lucky tooth

    I call this one a Lucky tooth. I was bending down to fix my pants leg, I spotted it out of of the corner of my eye. I believe it is a fossiled deer tooth. The gum is all there and half of the tooth is sticking out of the gum. This was found on North Myrtle Beach today. I would really like help comfirming this is a deers tooth. I appreciate all of y'alls advice.
  7. Chris Anderson

    Unidentified fossil rib fragment

    I found this piece on North Myrtle Beach today. I believe it is a rib fragment of some sort. U have no idea what it could have come off of. I was guessing a dolphin or possibly a small whale. The shark tooth hunting today has been slow but have found a few fossils. Any help on this one would be greatly appreciated.
  8. Chris Anderson

    Turtle shell fragments?

    just got done looking for more sharks teeth and other fossils. Found these within a 100 yards of each other. I believe they are turtle shell fragments from what I have seen from before. Can anyone please telle if I am right? These were found in North Myrtle Beach.
  9. Chris Anderson

    Unidentified fossil

    I was picking up a sand tiger shark tooth and this was laying beside it. I'm sure it is a fossil but I have no idea what is. I would appreciate any help identifying it.
  10. Chris Anderson

    A fossil from Myrtle Beach

    I found this on Myrtle Beach SC today with my wife. We have found some amazing finds and a handful of unidentified ones. We would greatly appreciate any help identifying them.
  11. clay


    I know these are pitiful, pitiful pictures. Sorry! I am trying to identify and label my fossil collection. I was wondering if these were bonito fossils? I have about 20 of them, all found at North Myrtle Beach, SC. They are very different from Sea Robin skulls and other little delicate fish skulls that I have found. They each have two deep, vertical cavities and are dense. Thanks for any help identifying them!
  12. fossilnut

    Mako Isurus oxyrinchus (desori)?

    Hi I would like to get an id on this beautiful tooth that I just found in NMB,SC. One side of the root is significantly longer that the other side. The blade curves "in" near the tip. In my limited experience, it looks like a short finned mako lower tooth. It is 2 1/16 in slant height. The center of the root protudes out. What distinquishing factors will lead to an identification for this tooth? Appreciate your thoughts. Thanks
  13. Cherie

    bone of some sort?

    I found this on the beach in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. I'd like to find out what it is and how old it is.
  14. Hello all. I'm curious to find out if anyone can help identifying a fossil I found on the shore line of North Myrtle Beach while I was on a family vacation last week. Thanks
  15. clay

    Fossil ear plates?

    I found these ear plates near my home in North Myrtle Beach. They are each about a 1/2" long. What they are from? Dolphin or Porpoise? Please help! Thanks! Also how do you make fossils stay in place in these little display boxes?
  16. FossilFinder70

    North Myrtle Beach tooth?

    Found what appears to be a tooth at North Myrtle Beach. There appears to be enamel but the tip is missing, and what looks like a root. Any ideas on what it is?
  17. Hey everyone! I found this tooth in North Myrtle Beach while vacationing with my family. It washed up during high tide while I was playing with my kids in the surf. I’m interested in what type of shark this may have come from - my own internet searching leads me to think it is a great white tooth, though I’m unsure of the exact species (there seems to be a few different great whites). I want to know all I can find out about this tooth! I was absolutely ecstatic to find this thing, it is far different than all of the other smaller, black teeth I have found over the yea
  18. clay

    help to identify

    I have found several of these in North Myrtle Beach, but I don't know the right terminology to google an id. Please help! Thanks!
  19. fossilnut

    Coral fossil or modern

    For years I have wondered if the coral pieces that I have found on the North Myrtle beach area are modern day or fossil. If fossil from what time period. I have looked on the internet but have not found any clarity. I have found individual coral colonies and ones attached to various shells. The corals are hard stony in nature and are in rounded fashion not branching. I hope that someone can answer this which i would greatly appreciate. Does modern South Carolina have native corals and if so can anyone give me a reference to them as i cannot find any information.
  20. Hello everyone. I stumbled upon this forum when I was looking to try to identify some shark teeth that I have found when I was vacationing last summer ('16 -- North Myrtle Beach) and this summer ('17 -- Surfside Beach, SC ... south of n. myrtle & myrtle). Found the black ones in the sand, by the water, the really white ones, I found in the softer, dry sand. I'm hoping someone will be able to help me identify some of these, that way I know exactly what i've found. Thanks in advance 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
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