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  1. Hello TFF members! I just put together a compilation video of finding shark teeth on roads here in Florida over this past summer. If you've been watching my other vids, you may have seen some of this already. Many miles were walked, much sweat was shed and lots of teeth were found. We got large megalodon teeth, a killer Parotodus (maybe the best shark tooth I have ever found), great whites and makos and a bunch of other cool stuff. Check it out if you get time and like watching fossil hunting vids: Here's some pics if you don't want to watch a vid: Great white shark tooth in matrix Juvenile megalodon. Megalodon tooth spotted from a moving vehicle on the road. Killer little great white...had to do a coin toss for this one since we spotted it at the exact same time. And my baby, a killer Parotodus that I also spotted from a moving vehicle.
  2. Unidentified shark tooth

    Hi I am a new member and hoping for some suggestions. I found this shark tooth at Sandy Hook beach in N.J. I have been searching online to try to id it with nothing conclusive. There are no serrations on the sides of the tooth however I am not sure if this is due to excessive tumbling in the ocean water. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  3. 26054-38060-1-SM.pdf Here is a paper by Itano and Lucas about a revision of Camyloprion Eastman, 1902 that includes new teeth found by Mark McKinzie in the Finis Shale member of the Jacksboro Limestone at Jacksboro's Lost Creek site.
  4. So I had bought from a certain online auction site some Lee Creek mine microfossil matrix a while back... I finally got around to looking over a little bit of it this evening. Attached are what I have found so far without any magnification.
  5. hammerhead shark tooth? Species and age would be helpful

    Dear Guys, Few months ago I found this tooth in mollusc matrix of Varena town, South Lithuania. Judging by growing orientation, I think it could be from Hammerhead shark but maybe someone could identify more accurate? Any help will be appreciated! Best Regards Domas
  6. Is it a shark tooth?

    I apologize in advance for posting before in the wrong area (I think). I’m a newbie to this forum but am already so excited about it! My family and I are avid sharks tooth and beach fossil collectors in Emerald Isle, NC. I found this in the late summer (pre-Florence) on the beach in the backwash. It has a shape very similar to other teeth I’ve found but the color and texture is so different! I welcome your opinions; hopefully it will help to settle our family’s disagreement on this one! Thank you, in advance, for your time and I look forward to participating in this forum!
  7. Is it a shark tooth?

    I found this late this summer in Emerald Isle, NC (prior to Florence). My family lives there and we are all avid sharks tooth and beach fossil collectors. We are divided as to whether this is a sharks tooth and I would love to hear some opinions! Thank you! Hopefully the experts here can help settle this discussion once and for all!
  8. Everything is dry and picked over around Northeast Texas but I decided to go hunting anyway. Luckily I found a nice shady creek to hunt. I found one nice Mastodon tooth cusp with great color and a couple of artifacts. My buddy found a few rough artifacts and one nice shark tooth.
  9. Is this a baby meg tooth?

    I found this tooth at point a dam, is it a baby meg? I really can’t tell..
  10. Hey everyone, I'm looking for a Cardabiodon tooth (or possibly a Dwardius) If you have one, please message me and we can make a trade! Will trade other species of shark teeth (I have a lot of different options), so PM me if you are looking for a specific species to trade!
  11. Today we started out at ramanessin but it was slow going so we switched to big brook and had lots of success. First two photos are maybe a ray or saw fish tooth or something? Still not positive on the mammal jaw but looks to be modern.
  12. Wonderful day at big brook

    I had a wonderful day sifting in big brook with my mom. Here is our haul. The yellow tooth is my favorite. Special thanks to @Fossildude19 @Trevor @fossilsofnj And @Woopaul5
  13. Notorynchus primigenius

    From the album Pleistocene and Miocene fossils

    A 2.5 cm long Notorynchus primigenius, which I found at the beach "Zwarte Polder" (near Cadzand). This is a quite rare find for a beach find!!
  14. I alreay posted my little hunt in Antwerp here. Beside that I also hunted on a few beaches near Cadzand. Its quite a popular location and there are many people, who are looking for shark teeth. But the quality of the shark teeth isnt that good compared to land sites. Here are some pictures of the beaches: I was mainly in Cadzand directly, in the area of Nieuwvliet but also on a beach near Vlissingen. Here is a picture of the beach near Vlissingen (De Kaloot): Some "in situ" pictures: + Doesnt look too bad Here is my haul: This was the biggest one with a length of 4 cm from Cadzand: I was very happy about this one: A 2.5 cm long Notorynchus primigenius I found it at the "Zwarte Polder" (near Cadzand) One of the best non-tooth-find was this ear bone of a dolphin: (about 3 cm long) My find werent that good but the season wasnt ideal. (too hot, too many people, not much wind ...) Nevertheless I am satisfied with my finds and hopefully next year I can find even more things Thanks for watching!
  15. Stepp's Collection

    Isistius triangulus (Probst 1879) Florida (USA), Sarasota County, "Cookiecutter Creek" Site, gravel; 2018 (cf. https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/index.php/download_file/view/21220/1075)
  16. Galeocerdo aduncus

    From the album Pleistocene and Miocene fossils

    A 1.6 cm long Galeocerdo aduncus from the area of Antwerp (Hoevenen).
  17. Carcharadon hastalis.

    From the album Pleistocene and Miocene fossils

    A 2.5 cm long Carcharadon hastalis. tooth from Antwerp/Hoevenen.
  18. This is a brief evolution circle I threw together of the megalodon lineage. I’m going to put in better condition specimens of angustidens and cretolamna at some point. I was hoping to trace the lineage back even further if possible
  19. Somniosus microcephalus

    From the album Pleistocene and Miocene fossils

    A 1 cm long very rare upper tooth of Somniosus microcephalus from a sand pit near Antwerp.
  20. small collection of miocene shark tooth from Austrian wineyards in Steyermark. In return Im looking other miocene shark. Only miocene!
  21. Pennsylvanian Shark Tooth

    Anyone know what this Pennsylvanian (Desmoinian) shark tooth from Arizona is? The tooth is 40mm wide and 30mm from top of tooth to bottom of preserved root. The shape of the tooth suggests that it was a shell crusher. Thanks, John
  22. Tiny shark tooth

    So a little over a week ago I found the tiniest trilobite. So dang small I can’t begin to photograph it. Last night I found the tiniest shark tooth (at least I think it is shark) I’ve ever seen. It was in gravel I brought home from Post Oak Creek in Sherman, Texas. I may have said this before, but I never thought I’d call a shark tooth adorable, but it’s pretty adorable if it is a shark tooth. I have no idea what kind it is is. I’m not sure I can get a high enough quality pic to get someone to help me ID it. But here it is just to share the cuteness. It might be 5 mm long. A bit closer up. The ridiculous thing is and it’s quite laughable, it’s the only shark tooth I have ever found in the POC after 5 trips! I even sift and sieve.
  23. 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!
  24. Shark Tooth and Invertebrate Hunting!

    Cris and I went out to enjoy some brutal summer heat, and find some fossils yesterday! The finds weren't quite as productive as some days at these sites, but we still had an awesome time and found some really cool stuff! The way one of the megs is found is absolutely nerve-wracking. You'll see!
  25. Please help identify this tooth found week before last at Seagrove Beach, FL in the Florida Panhandle. This little gem was the only tooth I found all week there. The tooth is smaller than the size of an M&M and has a notch in the middle at the top of the root. There appear to be serrations all along the tooth and in the area just below the root. Thanks