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  1. First time poster to this forum, though have enjoyed reading through all the many topics. I received this 3” spino tooth as a gift and the more I read all of the other similar questions regarding real or fake, how good is it, etc., I got curious about mine. Paperwork says it’s from the Kem Kem beds, and my uneducated eye thought it seems to be in good shape, without too much restoration, but I’m curious to see what all the experts have to say. Your thoughts would be much appreciated!
  2. A brief and interesting blog by Scott Hartman about the shape of the sail with Spinosaurus. https://www.skeletaldrawing.com/home/the-road-to-spinosaurus-ii-known-unknowns11252020
  3. Real T.Rex tooth?

    What do you think? This tooth is 3 inches long. It was found in private land in Wyoming, Hell Creek Formation
  4. I see that the genus Sigilmassasaurus have been deleted from many paleontology lists about the Kem Kem group fauna. Is Sigilmassasaurus a species of the genus Spinosaurus? Sigilmassasaurus and Spinosaurus aegyptiacus is the same species?
  5. Cervical vertebra Morocco

    Hi everyone, I bought this fossil, it was labelled as a possible cervical vertebra section and comes from Morocco. Has anyone got any idea what animal it may have come from? Is it part of a vertebra? Hope you can shed some light on it. Thanks.
  6. Spino claw with X-ray? Pure composite? Any other thoughts?
  7. Kem kem id part iv

    The first one is somthing I cant assign to a family, the closest is this example of therizinosaurid
  8. hi i try to reconstruct a spinosaurus skeleton, i miss some bones of course, lot of bones ares in privates collection,and it s difficult to access them. my idea is : if you have in your collection some cervicals vertebrae or dorsals , the size is not a problem, i look for 3D models of them. i look also for the 3D models bones of the front limbs. thanks for help in this project.
  9. Im looking to purchase this spinosaurus tooth but I have heard many stories of fakes so I wanna ask for your opinions
  10. Spinosaurus marrocanus tooth (autenthicity)

    Hello to everyone! I recently bought a Spinosaurus marrocanus tooth, from Taouz (Morocco). I bought it from a Spanish fossil dealer. I wanted to know if you could give me your opinion about its possible authenticity from the photos attached. Thank you very much!
  11. This is a large Spinosaur tooth. It has obvious repairs, and some restoration horizontally along the middle of the tooth. However, I'm wondering if it looks composite. The claim is that it isn't composite, but I'm suspicious.
  12. Just bought - all spinosaurus?

    From morocco They look like spinosaurus to me but let me know. Any info is greatly appreciated as always.
  13. Indeed, more Spinosaurus teeth from me. I appreciate the help that many of you have offered. It's much easier to spot potential issues with more experienced eyes and angles I hadn't considered. I have two Spinosaurus teeth here, both over 4". They look kosher to me barring some minor matrix fill on cracks. Confirmation would be lovely! Thank you, Bellamy First: Second:
  14. I have here a 5" Spinosaurus tooth. The claim is that it has some repair to it using glue, but that it's all one tooth as opposed to a composite. If that were the case, I would be fine with it. However, I have my suspicions that it's a composite. I'd appreciate some more eyes on this!
  15. Spinosaurus bone?

    I’m gambling that this is a spinosaur bone, as it is supposed to be, but I really don’t know. Can anyone ID what this bone is, and if it’s spinosaurus or not? It’s apparently from Kem Kem. Thanks so much for any, and all help:)
  16. Who was the former owner for this tooth?

    Hi everyone! With my 6 years old son we have bought this precious tooth in a prestigious shop at Barcelona. They have tell us that is a Mosasaurus tooth, but I think not. It looks more a Spinosaurus tooth, maybe (sorry if I'm talking absurdity, I'm totally newbie...). The teller at shop was not the usual one, and it was not possible to ask him more information. Please, may you help me to identify the correct "former owner" for this tooth? My son and I will be very grateful for that. I'm posting some photos for the piece. The first one is from the other pieces at shop, that we didn’t bought. The size for rule is in centimeters. Thanks a lot for your kindness!
  17. How spinosaurus teeth and bones are so common fossil on the market, the same time that we know very little about this dinosaur? Also, in my favorite fossil website, i have see 6-7 times, "spinosaurus vertebra" with cost from 200 to 500 dollars. They vertebra are really from spinosaurus?
  18. Real spinosaurus vertebra?

    Hello. Seller claim that this fossil is Spinosaurus vertebra from kem kem basin. May i know your thought about this vert ID. to me personally i think it look a bit like Croc vert. (not sure tho. i have a hard time ID some vert lately.) thank you.
  19. I am new and I need your oppinion about this Spinosaurus tooth:
  20. Huge spinosaurus jaw?

    Hello! I see for sale this huge jaw (50cm) with some teeth. It’s from Kem Kem. What do you think? Any idea for The correct price? Thank you!
  21. Bought from a fossil website. Considerably new to fossil hunting/collecting. Please help me out:)
  22. I purchased this tooth at a fossil shop while visiting canada and was just wondering if it was in fact a real tooth from a spinosaurus. It doesnt quite look like other teeth I've seen on the internet so I'm very unsure.
  23. Spinosaurus quadrate bone?

    Can anyone tell me if this is a spinosaurus quadrate bone? It is apparently from Kem Kem. I think it looks pretty quadratey, just going by a number that I’ve seen in pictures. I JUST purchased/won it, but havent paid yet, so I was hoping I could get opinions ASAP, so I can either pay right away, or discuss cancelling the purchase if it’s not what it’s supposed to be. Normally I would have asked for help on here BEFORE purchasing, but it was a last moment situation, so i barely even had time to think, let alone post on here about it. Any help is greatly appreciated, as always!!! oh yeah, also, what’s that odd thing attached to the side of the upper part, thats even a different color? I’m guessing it’s part of the fossil, just....I don’t even know! I have no idea what would make it so weird and different from the rest.
  24. Hello! First time poster here. I was wondering if anyone could help tell me if this tooth is a composite or not. I have read up on a few other that look similar, but I am still hopeful. Realistically, it probably is composite. I have a UV light and can give more details about it if they are needed. Thanks!
  25. Kem Kem croc jaw fragments ID

    I've got five jaw fragments from the Kem Kem of which I think they are from crocodilians. Any ideas as to what genus or species these belong would be appriciated. 1. No idea what this jaw is from, but my best guess is some crocodilian. 2. I also don't know what this is but also probably some crocodilian. 3. This one has a hard layer of sediment covering it and it's missing the underside of the jaw. It looks a bit like the dented part of a Spinosaurus dentary but it's more likely also crocodilian. 4. Definitely crocodilian, has a typical croc texture (lots of dents). To me it looks like a right jugal with a part of the maxilla. 5. Also some crocodilian, resembles an Elosuchus jaw but it's pretty small so maybe a juvenile or some other croc. Have fun ID'ing!
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