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Found 460 results

  1. Nj Cretaceous tooth question

    Would this tooth be considered pathological because of this cusp twisting in or is this common.......thanks
  2. Megalodon tooth mystery

    Hi, bought this Megalodon tooth recently from the Hawthorn Formation in South Carolina. I noticed it had this ridges on the side, wondered if anyone knew what they were from. Thanks.
  3. Flag Pond / Purse Park

    2 of the 4 deer that like to eat my bushes. Sorry, now to the tooth. Going through numerous teeth I have, trying to organize them. This one from flag pond. Carcharhinus? Or hammerhead?
  4. Please help with ID of this shark tooth

    Good evening everyone. Few years ago I found this shark tooth in white limestone boulder (Varena town, South Lithuania). I it 7 mm width in the root area. Maybe someone could help with genus to know the age? Thank you Domas
  5. Tooth

    Reeled this is 7-8 years ago out of the broad river in Beaufort, SC about 7 miles inland from the port royal sound.
  6. Jumbo Orodus tooth

    This tooth came from the Finis Shale at Jacksboro Texas. That's in the Virgil Series, Cisco Group, Graham Formation, Late Pennsylvanian. It seems large for Orodus variabilis and has some extra odd protrusions on the lingual side that don't match the smaller ones I usually find. Is there another species we can find there or is this normal? @JGM
  7. Shark tooth?

    Was recently in Costa Rica and found these on the beach. Have found many black sharks teeth in the Carolinas but wasn’t sure if these were also? Any info would be greatly appreciated. TIA
  8. Otodus?

    Is this an Otodus shark tooth? Bought for me for Christmas, so I don't know much about it.
  9. It was found in Abbey Wood, which is a late Cretaceous to Mid Eocene area.
  10. Me and my friends are convinced this isn’t a sand shark tooth. But we can’t agree on what it is, between Cretolamna and Otodus (of course it could be neither, we are idiots)
  11. Shark Tooth

    So, I bought this shark tooth, but I don't even know if it is a fossil (the guy who I bought it from said it was a fossil, but idk if I can trust his words). Can someone help me identify if it is a fossil and from which type of shark it is?
  12. This would have been a monster cretaceous tooth for Northeast Texas.
  13. Shark tooth id

    Hello all, today I went to a popular fossil park in Ladonia, TX. I found some awesome gastropods, bacculites, and some other cool shells. The find of the day ended up being another tooth. I really like how this one looks. I think it is maybe a goblin shark tooth, but i am a total noob with fossils in this area and would appreciate any input from you awesome fossil forum members. I also found a little black hoof shaped thing. I wasn't sure if this was anything worth keeping but I pocketed it to be safe.
  14. Strange little Eocene tooth

    Hello Everyone! I found this tooth a while back at a Ypresian, Eocene site (Nanjemoy Formation, Woodstock Member.) It puzzled me for a while, I assumed it was a weird Otodus or something until someone IDed it as a Cretalamna at a local fossil club. Apparently they have their last gasps in Maryland’s Ypresian. However, I was then informed by some people familiar with the roughly contemporaneous London Clay that it looks more similar to Parotodus pavlovi. That species is not yet described from the formation, and despite reaching out to a few collectors who have collected this formation extensively, I cannot find anyone else with one. What say you all? Scale in CM
  15. Is this an Angustidens shark tooth?

    I compared my shark tooth to different shark teeth images on google and think that it came from an Angustidens shark? Am I correct? Thanks guys!
  16. post oak creek shark tooth

    Hey y'all, this is a shark tooth I found a couple months ago in post oak creek. I initially thought it was a cretodus, but now I'm having second thoughts. The 4th and 5th pictures are cretoxyrhina vraconensis and dwardius woodwardi, respectively. Thanks!
  17. @caldigger post on finding two pieces of the same tooth reminded me of the tooth I found in New Zealand many years ago. The site is closed now, so I don’t think there is a chance of finding the root. But is there anyone on here that could accept this challenge? I’ll pay of course! Tooth overlying picture of complete tooth of same size and position showing the missing root. The slightly trickier bit is on the back where the root/enamel transition is partially missing. Scale bar = 2 inches total. A few more images of the tooth;
  18. @caldigger post on finding two pieces of the same tooth reminded me of the tooth I found in New Zealand many years ago. The site is closed now, so I don’t think there is a chance of finding the root. But is there anyone on here that could accept this challenge? I’ll pay of course! Tooth overlying picture of complete tooth of same size and position showing the missing root. The slightly trickier bit is on the back where the root/enamel transition is partially missing. Scale bar = 2 inches total.
  19. To all the shark expert of the forum. Is there any method or features to look for in order to determine if a shark tooth comes from a juvenile or an adult. I know that in a species well documented or largely collected, it can be easily determined by the size of the tooth. However in the case of a not well- documented or isolated tooth, is there a feature that could hint for the development stage of the specimen? Thank you, David
  20. Shark Tooth Identification Help

    I recently found this shark tooth on the beach in Wild Dunes, South Carolina. Can anyone help me identify what kind of shark this is from? Age of the tooth?
  21. I managed to get in a few hours before the rain hit at the North Sulphur River Texas. My buddy found a rare Globidens tooth. I found a high quality shark tooth and some coprolite.
  22. Shark Tooth ID Needed

    Hi there, Just hoping to get identification of this shark tooth I found in the ocean of Venice Beach, Florida. Hopefully these pictures aren’t too bad. Thanks for any help!
  23. Cretacous NJ Odd Shark Tooth

    Any idea what species of shark tooth is this? Found on a gravel bar in NJ Cretaceous stream. It stuck out to me as its unusual shape and white coloring popped out, especially with the serrated edge.
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