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Found 21 results

  1. North Sulphur River

    I had a fun trip looking for shark teeth and artifacts yesterday at the North Sulphur River Texas. I found a large Enchodus tooth, nice shark tooth, mosasaur jaw section, other assorted fossils and some cool artifacts. Weather was perfect.
  2. Due to the hurricane I got an extra day off from offshore so I hit the North Sulphur River for a few hours. I found a nice big Tylosaur vert, small mosasaur vert, fish ribs, arrowhead and a big Native American chopper tool. The arrowhead is ugly but I like it lol.
  3. Short NSR Hunt!

    I got in a 3 hr hunt before the rain and flooding. Once the water started coming up I had to make a quick exit but still got wet. I managed to find a few things.
  4. Fun morning hunt at NSR. Pretty good sized shark tooth for NSR.
  5. I only had a couple of hours so I stayed right below the creek bridge. I had a couple of cool finds.
  6. I haven't had much time to hunt lately but I did manage to squeeze in a North Sulphur River creek hunt. My finds were not great but I did manage to find a nice variety. The fossil horse cannon bone is probably my favorite due to the preservation. It's solid rock. Lol my grandson carried it around the house all night when I brought it home. The Xiphactinus vert, old bottles and artifacts were a nice bonus to the usual Mosasaur material. This creek has some killer flint in it so I can see a nice arrowhead coming soon.
  7. NSR Mix

  8. NSR Mix

  9. Gary Point

  10. NSR 12/27,28,30/17

    Happy New Year y’all, Squeezed in a few days on the Sulphur over the last week. Went to a few of my favorite spots and checked out a new spot. All areas are fully accessible after the last few rises in water level. The gravel looks great due to the few light rains we’ve had since the big rains. Things seem to be back to normal out there as far as the amount of fossils to be found. I had a real hard time finding anything of significance after the last big 30+ft rise. Luckily things are looking a lot better now.
  11. I know this is not a fossil but I need help with identifying the rock
  12. Dutch Beach Hunting

    Let me show off this recent find. Some of the beaches in the Netherlands are reinforced with sand dredged up from the North Sea bottom. The sediments are mainly early Holocene and late Pleistocene. Mammoth bones etc are quite common. If you are lucky you may find nice mesolithic artefacts as well. Many barbed points have been found over the years as well as worked bone, antler etc. The age is ca 9.000 - 7.000 years old. Enjoy. Regards, Niels
  13. Mosasaur Vert & Point

  14. North Sulphur River

    Hey TFF members, today was a muddy day on the Sulphur River. It was slow going but we ended up having a great day. I believe I found my first Mosasaur Vert and My first Point. Can anyone tell me more about this arrowhead? Any Confirmation would be appreciated. I found some other shark teeth and various things I'll try to post later.
  15. Mako Arrowhead/point?

    Hello, I wanted to get fellow fossilers thoughts on a mako tooth I found in the Venice boneyard back in 2009 while doing a dive with Florida West Scuba. The mako tooth was broken and encrusted in coralline algae (see 1st pic below). It was my first tooth dive and at the time I was not familiar with coralline algae and did not realize it was a shark tooth. I grabbed it thinking it looked like an arrowhead. When I got back to the boat, Captain Steve asked what I found, and I told him I think I found an arrowhead. He gave me a funny look and asked to see it. He told me it was a mako tooth (Note: the tooth is broken/altered and still measures 2/12 inches), and seemed fairly certain it was manmade into an arrowhead. I even overheard him telling Marie (diving guide on the boat) he really wanted the tooth and she commented that he must have something in the shop he could trade for it. I posted a couple "no so good" pics on a scuba forum, but got some mixed reviews. So I decided to take a couple new pics to see what people here thought about the tooth possibly being made into an arrowhead or maybe a point. Thank you for your thoughts! F.Y.I. I wish I would of left the coralline algae on the tooth, it looked much "cooler" to me.
  16. IMG 2162

    From the album Small Fossils

    It looks like a tooth that is just coming out of material.
  17. An Artifossil

    several recent posts regarding artifacts & their identificaton prompted me to dig this specimen out of moth balls: it's both artifact & fossil; the tip section of a chipped stone spear or knifepoint, with a little surprise. The planispiral coiled gastropod preserved in the marine chert or flint probably contributed to it's fracture. It would have been a great artifact had it been complete;only now it's been relegated to "conversation piece". Hope you find it interesting.
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