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  1. Pathological angustidens?

    Hi guys recently acquired this tooth from SC does anyone know what to is as the blade is seemingly mostly complete thanks in advance
  2. Mako Isurus oxyrinchus (desori)?

    Hi I would like to get an id on this beautiful tooth that I just found in NMB,SC. One side of the root is significantly longer that the other side. The blade curves "in" near the tip. In my limited experience, it looks like a short finned mako lower tooth. It is 2 1/16 in slant height. The center of the root protudes out. What distinquishing factors will lead to an identification for this tooth? Appreciate your thoughts. Thanks
  3. Unknown Fossil

    I found this fossil while at Myrtle Beach, SC last July 2019. Could someone help to identify? I am an just an amateur fossil hunter. Thank
  4. 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?
  5. New evidence that an extraterrestrial collision 12,800 years ago triggered an abrupt climate change for Earth, the Conversation, October 22, 2019 https://theconversation.com/new-evidence-that-an-extraterrestrial-collision-12-800-years-ago-triggered-an-abrupt-climate-change-for-earth-118244 the paper is: Moore, C.R., M.J. Brooks, A.C. Goodyear, T.A. Ferguson, A.G. Perrotti, S. Mitra, A. Listecki, B. King, D.J. Mallinson, C.S. Lane, B. Shapiro, J. Knapp, A. West, D.L. Carlson, W. Wolbach, T.R. Them, S.M. Harris, and S. Pyne-O’Donnell. 2019. Sediment Cores from White Pond, South Carolina, contain a platinum anomaly, pyrogenic carbon peak, and coprophilous spore decline at 12.8 ka. Scientific Reports volume 9, Article number: 15121 (2019) https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-51552-8 Regardless of how the platinum anomaly is interpreted, White Pond, a Carolina Bay predates it and the Younger Dryas. Thus, the above paper further supports the idea that the Carolina Bays are not connected to Younger Dryas event as concluded by: Schaetzl, R.J., Sauck, W., Heinrich, P.V., Colgan, P.M. and Holliday, V.T., 2019. Commentary on Klokočník, J., Kostelecký, and Bezděk, A. 2019. The putative Saginaw impact structure, Michigan, Lake Huron, in the light of gravity aspects derived from recent EIGEN 6C4 gravity field model. Journal of Great Lakes Research 45: 12–20. A related paper is: Krause, T.R., Russell, J.M., Zhang, R., Williams, J.W. and Jackson, S.T., 2019. Late Quaternary vegetation, climate, and fire history of the Southeast Atlantic Coastal Plain based on a 30,000-yr multi-proxy record from White Pond, South Carolina, USA. Quaternary Research, 91(2), pp.861-880. Vancouver Yours Paul H.
  6. What is the etiquette on returning to spot shown to me by a fossil hunting guide? Last year a guide took me and some others to a nice creek in South Carolina. It's really the only spot I know of. Is it okay to return to it on my own, or is that frowned upon?
  7. Fossil or rock/mineral

    Found these while sifting in a creek in Summerville SC. Not sure if this a fragment of a tooth or some sort of rock/mineral growth. There's some strange layering on them and I havent seen anything like it before. Any help is appreciated, thanks.
  8. Weird shape on a rock

    Before we crack this open - I wanted everyone’s opinion on this rock we found. Located off the Catawba River in Rock Hill, SC in a dried up creek.
  9. Bone found in SC creek

    Found this little fossil today in a creek in South Carolina Lowcountry. Not sure what it is and the curvature is and turns in it made me curious what it could be. Any thoughts? Thanks, John
  10. bone of some sort?

    I found this on the beach in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. I'd like to find out what it is and how old it is.
  11. What fossil is this

    I found this on Myrtle beach. Not sure what is it.
  12. What fossil is this

    I found this on Myrtle beach. I looks like part of a tooth. Help ID
  13. What fossil is this help ID

    Found this on Myrtle beach. I have no clue what it is. It has 2 side holes, 1 hole directly in the front, 1 one the top part, and 2 notches in the back.
  14. What fossil

    I found this on Myrtle beach but not sure what it is. Looks like 1/2 a tooth of some animal
  15. HELP!

    I’m from Jersey and I like to go fossil hunting around here but I’m looking to find bigger and more interesting teeth. The teeth I find here bar biggest an inch and it’s rare to find one that big. I’m going on a trip out to South Carolina. Anyone have any tips or any places I can use to go to To find bigger teeth?
  16. Not sure what fossil it is

    I found this on Myrtle beach but not sure what it is.
  17. What fossil is this

    I found this on Myrtle beach and not sure what it is.
  18. Possible tooth

    I found this on Myrtle beach. I think it is part of a tooth.
  19. Cool fossil

    I found this on Myrtle beach, but not sure what it is.
  20. Possible turtle shell

    I found this on Myrtle beach. I think it is part of turtle shell, but not sure.
  21. What is this

    I found this on Myrtle beach, but not sure what is it.
  22. Fossil ID

    I found this on Myrtle beach. I think it is a scute form some animal, but not sure
  23. What fossil it this?

    I found this Myrtle beach not sure what it is.
  24. Possible horse tooth fragment

    I found this on Myrtle beach SC. I think it is part of a horse tooth but not sure.
  25. What fossil is this

    I found this on Myrtle beach not sure what is is.