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  1. Hi there i continue to maintain my very very amateur status but I've been trying to read the different threads on here regarding spinosaurus jaw and what I gathered so far is pitting is reflective of croc jaw and if it only has a single socket or also makes it difficult to determine if its spino or croc. I found this one on our favorite auction site and wanted to get your opinion
  2. May I know this bone is real or fake, please? Thank you
  3. Hey, I was wondering if this tooth is real It’s 3 inches.
  4. Good afternoon. May I know the claw of fossil is real or not, please? Thank you.
  5. Hi, Thank you so much for helping me last time. May I know the fossil is real or not, please? Thank you.
  6. Came across this piece. Its advertised as being a juvie spinosaurus jaw with some of its teeth/roots still intact. Looks shady as heck to me and even if its 'real' it looks more like those elosuchus jaw parts you might find online. What do you guys say?
  7. Hi, I'm new here. My name is Cris. One of my friend told me my claw is fake fossil. So he suggested me to post the pictures here. Please help. Thank you very much.
  8. I bought this one already, my very first fossil of any kind. Is there anything that sets off any alarms? I know people usually enquire about longer teeth which might show signs of extension, but I would feel better just making sure. I also have my eyes set on a batch of 5. From what little I've researched, those 5 set off more alarm bells but I'm at my max total for attachments.
  9. Spinosaurus vertebra

    Is this entirely a spinosaurus vert? I’m wondering if the top and bottom are from the same bone. From the sides I could see there being some matrix camouflaging where they’re connected, but then from the front or back view, i think it looks like it’s clearly uninterrupted, so as usual, I need help:/
  10. Spinosaurus claw. Morocco, Erfoud region.
  11. Hi All, I've purchased these two items and am wondering about authenticity. Can anyone provide any thoughts?
  12. This is the second item I purchased. It’s about 6.5” from Kem Kem in Morocco, any idea if it’s real, seller claims this is world-class and has minimal restoration, and the tip is natural
  13. Good morning. Since it's dinosaur Friday I thought I'd share a Spinosaurus vertebra that I prepped. The first photo is the "before".
  14. Hello together, some time ago I bought a nice big Spinosaurus tooth I am quite happy with. I only wonder when its tip got its shape: when the animal was still alive and chewing fish , when the fossil was (partially) in the ground or when it was in the preppers workshop. Any opinions on that one? thanks in advance, J
  15. spinosaurus vertebra?

    What do you guys think? Apparently from Oued Zem, Morocco.
  16. Hello! I’m an amateur collector of fossils, and I recently purchased a Spinosaurus tooth. I cannot tell if the tip of its tooth was replaced and if it has any repaired cracks. Do you guys have any thoughts on this?
  17. Does this seem real? It just looks sort of suspect to me. The channel running down the length looks way to uniform and perfect to be real.
  18. Could you please take a look of this big Spinosaurus tooth from Morocco and tell me if it is genuine? It measures 16x3x2.6cm and weighes 120g. Thanks.
  19. Here is one of two serrated Spinosaurus teeth I recently acquired. Let me know what you think! The tooth is from Kemkem and is about 3cm in lenght. The serrations are very small, but still visible with the naked eye as I spotted this one on a fossil fair some time ago.
  20. Hi all, I have another fossil here for your inspection please. It seems to be a Spinosaurid partial neural spine but I cannot be sure. @Troodon @LordTrilobite
  21. Hello! I’m new here and I was wondering if anyone here could help me. I’m a complete novice to all of this and the reason I’m here is because I wanted to buy my brother some Spinosaurus teeth as a gift, as they are his favorite, but I wanted to make sure what I’m buying is authentic or if it’s been repaired. I hope I’ve found a reputable site, but I would like to ask anyone’s opinion just to be on the safe side. The first one is 2.67 long. The second is 2.61. Both are said to be from the Kem Kem Beds. Any help would be very much appreciated! Thank you in advance!
  22. Hi all, I acquired a partial Spinosauridae caudal spine recently from the Kem Kem Beds. However, I was told that this is a dinosauria indet. rib. The digger who provided me the fossil is experienced and trustworthy. Still, I would like to hear your thoughts on this fossil. Thank you. EDIT: Two others suggested that this is part of a scapula
  23. Spinosaur jaw section?

    Does this look like a spinosaurus jaw section? The tooth looks legit from what I can see, but the jaw bone looks strange for an apparent Kem Kem fossil. Is that trench along the tooth line, in the top view, a spino feature?
  24. Greetings, I recently acquired a big spinosaurus claw from a moroccan seller at a fossils and minerals event in Barcelona, Spain, called Expominer. I was quite happy with the purchase until a friend of mine told me that it could be a fake claw carved from a bone, but he is not sure, I have been checking similar spinosaurus claws on catawiki and they are sold as real dinosaur claws... What do you think? Thank you very much.
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