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Found 1,227 results

  1. NSR Texas

    The North Sulphur River was picked over but I still managed to have some good finds.
  2. Rooted Hybodus minor UK

    From the album Odd and Rare Shark Teeth

    Upper Triassic Hybodus minor from Gloucestershire, UK. Westbury Formation. Very difficult to find hybodontids with roots still in tact.
  3. Rooted Hybodus minor UK

    From the album Odd and Rare Shark Teeth

    Upper Triassic Hybodus minor from Gloucestershire, UK. Westbury Formation. Very difficult to find hybodontids with roots still in tact.
  4. Shark tooth ID help!

    Hello everyone, it’s me again - I posted on here not long ago about 5 (great white) teeth I needed identifying, and I was extraordinarily impressed with the results, thank you again for that! This time around, I have 4 more teeth I need help with, as I’m super curious about what they belonged to, I have two regular ish looking teeth and one very flat one(??), All three are quite small. In addition to those 3 I also have one which is still in the rock, but very visible, and I haven’t really been able to compare it to anything I have already - its about the size of an average great white tooth, if that helps. I apologise about the shadows, the sun is really out today!
  5. Shark Tooth ID

    I found this shark tooth at Big Brook Preserve in Monmouth County New Jersey. I was thinking a lateral goblin shark tooth as it seemed to match up best with the middle picture on this website: http://www.fossilsofnj.com/shark/goblin.htm Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
  6. Cretoxyrhina mantelli Morocco

    From the album Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    An extremely rare Cretoxyrhina mantelli w/ cusplets from a new site in Morocco.
  7. Cretoxyrhina mantelli Morocco

    From the album Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    An extremely rare Cretoxyrhina mantelli w/ cusplets from a new site in Morocco.
  8. Cretoxyrhina mantelli Kansas

    From the album Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Cusped Cretoxyrhina mantelli from Kansas
  9. Cretoxyrhina mantelli Kansas

    From the album Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Cusped Cretoxyrhina mantelli from Kansas
  10. Possible isurus tooth

    I found this tooth last month in the Baltic Sea in Poland. After a little research I assumed it belongs to Isurus desori. The tooth is 24 mm long. Could you tell me if I’m right and how old probably this fossil is
  11. Sharks tooth (Ukraine)?

    This tooth also has some interesting edges. The same place as in previouses posts, Western Ukraine, Lviv region. Thanks in advance!
  12. Shark or dinosaur?

    Hi is this a shark or a dinosaur tooth it’s 1cm long location and time is unknown
  13. Hello everyone! I’ve just stumbled across this forum, and I’m in desperate need of some (hopefully) easy identification! When I was a little girl, I was absolutely OBSESSED with sharks, so my father brought me to a man who collects shark teeth, he very kindly gave me a small box of them, including a small juvenile megalodon tooth. This was in about 2009, and sadly I don’t have any information about them, I have no contact with the man anymore, and no idea of where they could be from, as I live in Sheffield, in the middle of the UK. If anyone could please even take a loose guess at these, I would be so thrilled! These have a lot of sentimental value to me, and I do apologise for the quality, I tried my best but we don’t have any good cameras.
  14. A trailer full of high-end fossils was stolen from GeoDecor at the Denver Show this week. Please keep a look out for them. This is a great family owned and run business.
  15. Sharks teeth (Ukraine) ?

    Help please with identification. Western Ukraine. It could be from neogene, paleogene, cretaceus, I dont know for sure...
  16. Hello all, I was wondering if anyone could give me suggestions for cleaning this tooth. It is a C. poseidoni (sokolovi) from Harleyville, South Carolina. The tooth has some dirt covering parts of the crown, bourlette, and root. I tried using warm water and a toothbrush, but I was unable to remove anything. Are there any other methods for cleaning fossil shark teeth? Should I just leave the tooth as is? I would prefer not to use vinegar. Thanks for any suggestions.
  17. First tooth!

    Today I found beautiful tooth, probably shark, maybe Sphenodus? Looking for confirmation. Only glossy part measures 38 mm Found near Cracow, limestone, jurrasic.
  18. Hello everyone, I was wondering what the Maximum size for a late Cretaceous Cretalamna was? I have this tooth from Mississippi which clocks in at 1 29/32” (with root chipping), and can’t find much information as to the largest size that the genus reached in the Cretaceous.
  19. So yet again back hunting at walton on the naze. Just picked up this piece with the smallest tooth I've ever seen on it. Is it shark or something different? Thank you! This hobby is so addictive I keep finding different stuff!
  20. Aquarium shark tooth identification

    I got this shark tooth necklace from the Odysea aquarium and was told it’s from the bottom of one of the aquariums, though the cashier didn’t know what kind of shark it’s from and I’d love to know!
  21. My wife and I spent a couple of hours wading in Ramanessin Brook in NJ yesterday afternoon sifting for shark teeth and anything else of interest. Nothing spectacular but it was surprisingly steady for a late season trip. It was surprising to me just how much the stream had changed since my last trip there. Many of the big trees across the water had been moved and the gravel beds shifted significantly.
  22. Shark tooth identification?

    My uncle got me this shark tooth necklace from Hawaii but doesn’t know what kind of shark it’s from and I’d love to know!
  23. Purse Park MD

    Nice day at the park. Found a few interesting pieces. Didn't bother with most the small specimens I saw. Still have not found a tooth that I know the park can produce. Some of the broken ones I have found, tell me they exist. Anyway here's a few pic, a few before I picked them up.
  24. Cretoxyrhina mantelli Mississippi

    From the album Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Cretoxyrhina mantelli from Mississippi.
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