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Found 76 results

  1. Shark tooth on the sand

    From the album Fossil Collection

  2. Sand Tiger shark

    From the album Fossil Collection

  3. Isurus sp. "in situ"

    From the album Fossil Collection

  4. with trilobites

    Hi, In some places, when I found trilobites, I also find these things that are in the photos that I dont know what they are Can anyone tell me what they are? thank you in advance Pedro
  5. Echinolampas sp.

    From the album Fossil Collection

  6. Ear bone

    Hello, I found in last weekend my first ear bone in a Miocene - Burdigalian formation and I lwant to know from what animal. The fossil have +- 5 cm. Thanks
  7. Cetacean vertebra

    From the album Fossil Collection

  8. Isurus sp.

    From the album Fossil Collection

  9. Bird ?

    I was walking in the beach (Sesimbra- Portugal) and I just found this nice fossil. I just know that is from Cenozoic age. Can anyone help me? thank you in advance best regards PG
  10. Theropod tooth

    From the album Theropod fossils

    Theropod tooth Lourinhã formation
  11. Broken Meg

    From the album Fossil Collection

  12. Isurus sp.

    From the album Fossil Collection

  13. Astragalus?

    Hello, I found this bone in my usual spot in Portugal. The formation it's marine from Miocene period.I never found a bone like this before. Maybe a astragalus? And if yes, from what can be? The fossil have 2cm. Eu also found a phalanx. My first in this spot. From what can be?
  14. Tiger Shark

    From the album Fossil Collection

  15. Isurus sp.

    From the album Fossil Collection

  16. Miocene - Portugal

    Hello, I bought a new mobile phone and finally I can take some better pictures "in situ" of my finds. Last sunday I went to do a fossil hunting in my usual spot. Here I have only a marine formation from miocene. I've made few findings but I taked some pictures: A little Isurus sp. (Mako shark)
  17. Zby tooth

    From the album Dinosaur teeth

    Turiasauria indet. (Zby?) Jurassic Lourinha Formation Portugal
  18. Lisbon Portugal

    Are there any fossil guides or services in or around Lisbon Portugal? I will be there for a week in Mid-September. I would love to go hunting, if its allowed.
  19. Help identifying this one

    Hi, hope someone can help me identify this one. Found it at portugal cost
  20. Hello would this be a allosaurid tooth its form Lourinhã Formation there are no serrations has its worn. Size of the tooth its 2.3 cm
  21. Portuguese finds

    So as I said before in my other Portugal threads, I unfortunately didn’t have any luck with finding any dinosaur fossil material, however I did come across some interesting things more modern..much more modern. These may not be of interest to all, but most, or all these are modern. I still thought they were interesting and I’m still not sure on what they are, so I figured I would post them for feedback. This tooth below was the most interesting. I took it over to my buddy paleontologist David Parris over at Trenton State Museum and he identified it as a horse tooth. It could be more on the modern side..but he said it doesn’t look too, too modern because there is some mineralization on the tooth. Said it could possibly even be from plesitocene.
  22. Okay everyone got some more stuff for you.. As I said before Portugal was an awesome trip.
  23. This was possibly the most impressive museum I’ve ever been to. I thought I would only be there 15 minutes tops...until you find all of the specimens that are waiting for you inside. 2 hours fly by in a blink of an eye...awesome experience.
  24. Loved my trip to Portugal. I’ve never been to a place so geologically rich. I recommend all dinosaur lovers to make a trip there! Here are some pictures from my trip to the Museum in Lourihna/Dinosaur Park. If anyone has any questions about the pics or trip, ask away.
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