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Found 44 results

  1. Matoaka Beach cabins

    Enjoyed a nice walk at matoaka and found my biggest tooth yet.
  2. Hello! I found this in Parrish, Fl. 2.25”/57 mm long.
  3. Shark tooth ID - Great White?

    Hello! I found both of these in Parrish, FL today. I am wondering what type of shark teeth they are? Great White? One is 1.5 inches the other 1.75 inches (44.4 mm) Thanks so much
  4. Is this a Mako?

    Found this shark tooth in Parrish Florida. Is it an extinct giant Mako?
  5. Douglas Point sharktooth ID

    I found this tooth at Douglas Point on a hunt about a year and a half ago. I took it out tonight and the more I look at it I am wondering if it is a small baby Otodus? If not what else do you guys think it could be? It measures 13 mm wide and 15 mm slant
  6. Here’s a small group of items I found in the North Sulfur River (Ladonia, Texas) over the weekend. I’m curious if A,B and C are coprolite? I’m wondering what species the shark tooth is as well. Thank you in advance!
  7. Hey guys. I am offering up a 4.13” Bone Valley meg from my collection for trade. Absolutely massive tooth for the location and in incredible condition. Only flaws are two feeding marks, but the tip is intact which is hard to get in BV, especially on a tooth this size. Incredible color, amazing bourlette, sharp serrations... just a killer example that doesn’t come available often. No repair or restoration of any kind. I’m looking to add more Peruvian teeth to my collection, specifically a meg. Also always interested in 6”+ megs or high quality megs from any location. Let me know what you have! TJ
  8. Found this beauty last weekend and wanted to share it with you guys ^^ posterior Alopias Grandis (Antwerp, Belgium)
  9. Fun morning hunt at NSR. Pretty good sized shark tooth for NSR.
  10. Shark tooth identification

    This is a shark tooth found in Venice, Florida. I don’t know if it is identifiable because of how little there is, but I would like to know what it came from. If anyone can help me out it would be greatly appreciated.
  11. I explored a new creek spot on the North Sulphur River and had a good day with a nice variety. The Native American pottery and artifacts were a nice surprise at NSR. I rode over to Post Oak Creek only to find my favorite spot posted so I explored a new spot for one hour and found a few nice teeth.
  12. Serratolamna koerti ?

    I found this a while ago on a spoil island in the Cape Fear River in Wilmington, NC . I believe this is mostly Castle Hayne formation, eocene. Tooth is 1 1/4 inches long. Missing a side cusp, no serrations, no nutrient groove that I see . Is this a Serratolamna koerti ? Thanks for your help.
  13. Help needed to identify these shark teeth. Responses are appreciated. Thx.
  14. Help needed to identify these fossils

    Help needed to identify these ammonites and shark teeth. Thanks.
  15. Chubutensis

    Perfect beauty found 100’ deep:
  16. Unknown Sand Tiger teeth

    Some teeth I found from Brownies that don't look like any other sand tigers I usually find. Many of them are very worn and broken. I'm no expert but my guess is that they are Eocene teeth. Any help is appreciated, thanks. Some of the larger ones
  17. Shark tooth ID

    Last night I went to my fossil club meeting and I was identifying a 1.5 inch shark tooth from scuba diving the Gulf of Mexico. The fossil hunters doing that were VERY successful after Hurricane Irma. One tooth looked somewhat like this one. No obvious bourlette... ID please
  18. Mg boyfriend found this while working next to a limestone quarry. We aren't sure if it's just a rock or something cool. The edges seem to have been worked by hand to make them sharp. Anyone have any ideas? It's the size of my hand! Thank you!!
  19. Hi! Is this a fossilized tooth?

    Hello! I found this during a low tide at the beach in New Jersey over this past weekend. Is it a rock? Is it a tooth? Can I give it to my nephew and pretend it's a tooth? Thanks in advance for your help!
  20. Unknown Shark Tooth

    I found this tooth at Brownie Beach or Bay front Park in Chesapeake Beach, MD. It is broken but I have never found a tooth like it. Maybe a juvenile cow?
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