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  1. Non-fossils

    Are any of those mammoth "fossils" around actually fossils? Wouldn't they still be natural bone? I know that the remains found in colder northern area, the remains are still original dead tissue, because they're regularly found with soft tissue and hair, but they're found other places too, along with all other animals from the more recent periods, where freezing isn't a factor, but Is there even enough time for fossilization to occur for those animals? Is there a general point in, or period of time, after which it's just not old enough for fossilization to occur? I know any such point, or period, would vary depending on the regions environmental conditions, but I would imagine there are places where there is such a point before which geologically, remains are fossilized, and after which remains are still actual bone.
  2. Just a simple question by a newbie ..... Just started this new hobby and found my first couple of teeth. Need some directions about how to identify. Books, websites, forum threads etc. Just a little push in the right direction and I'll get moving ....
  3. Today I went for my first "serious" (ahum) shark teeth hunt. Over the last few weeks I was keeping my eyes open while walking the beaches of Sullivans Island and Isle of Palms with my wife, but today it was "game on". Left the house at 8:00AM and drove to Folly Beach as I had been reading that of the beaches closes to me that was the best to look for teeth. Weather was nasty, cold and windy. Tide was still high but outgoing. Hardly anybody on the beach. Spent approximately 3 hours without finding anything. I was mainly looking in the accumulations of shells, seaweed, rocks, pottery higher up the beach. Saw one person picking up things at the waterline and decided to ask her what/how she was doing. We had a friendly conversation. I explained that it was my first time. She showed me a handful of small teeth that she found by looking for them as the shallow waves are rolling ashore. I decided that, as I had nothing to lose, to follow her method/advice and started to look close to the waterline as well. I do not think that more than 5 minutes passed before I found MY FIRST TOOTH EVER !! I know that compared with what others here report it is not much, but for me it meant that I had succeeded in my quest. Shortly after, I found a second one, but at that point the nasty conditions were taking their toll and I decided to call it a day. I will be back.
  4. Hey everyone, I saw this fossil being sold and I think I am going to buy it, but I don’t know if it’s real or fake. It is two rooted Mosasaur teeth with extra jaws and bones (I contacted the seller, who told me they were also probably Mosasaur bones). It was found in Phosphate Deposits, in Khourigba, Morocco. Please help!
  5. Need identification

    Three years ago I found these fossils at Myrtle Beach and need help identifying them. The one I believe is a small skull of something and the three together I believe are teeth. Pics
  6. Are these even fossils, or are they modern?

    i picked these up seperately the horse tooth in italy and the corals in barbados a few years ago, i was just wondering if they are fossils or modern as as far as i know the places where i was weren't known for fossils but the look kind of like fossils
  7. Shark teeth ID

    I have recently been given a number of shark teeth by a relative who used to collect. I would appreciate any help that members might be able to offer. I will post 3 photos. On the first photo am assuming the 4 on the left are Sand Tiger and the middle bottom 2 are Odotus? Unsure about the rest.
  8. Hell Creek crush plate?

    Fossil teeth found in the Hell Creek badlands of southeastern Montana! measures approx .42 inches long Amphibian? They are from uppermost Cretaceous age (Maastrichtian) deposits, in the Hell Creek Formation, Carter County, Montana. Any help identifying would be appreciated.
  9. Hey everyone, Here is a photo of two suchomimus teeth that I might buy, but I was wondering if they were real. These are the only photos I have. I trust the seller who is selling them, but I always like to make sure. They were found in Niger. Please help! Thanks!
  10. I need help to identify these fossils

    Okay, so I have a couple of fossils in my collection, in which I'd like some more opinions on. First, I bought this un-identified dinosaur chevron bone. It is from the Kem Kem beds, Morocco.
  11. Shark Teeth

    Hey everyone, My friend has three shark teeth that he would want identified. Below are the three teeth. I think the left one is Mako, the middle is Otodus, and the right is baby or juvenile megalodon. What do you guys think? Thanks!
  12. Interesting teeth found

    I have found these teeth pve a period of time. I know they are terth but for what creature, i haven't a clue. Ant thoughts would be appreciated.
  13. I need to get some of the shallow display cases but this keeps them safe for now!
  14. Looked in my book but just am not sure it measures 1.5” x 1.25” x .50”. Maybe camel, bison? Horse? Any help appreciated, I have a horse molar and a peccary but this is my first like this. Thanks!
  15. Micro fish teeth?

    I recently started poking around in a few different microfossil matrix packs & have been having fun... aching neck & back, but fun. Anywho, I just started with some from the Winchell fm out of Brownwood Texas, Pennsylvanian period. Listed as having crinoid stems (check), Fusilinids (check) & coral (check). I found a tiny little thing that looked like an odd shaped agate, sort of pinkish yellow in color, then a 2nd, 3rd.. I've found 8 of them so far, in just the 1st 2 teaspoons of matrix (I've got 8 oz of it). Just slightly over a mm in size. I'm thinking fish teeth, but not sure. Found this other thing that I'm not sure on as well. 1/2 cm in length & looks like a mini saw blade (sort of). I'm including a couple pics of it as well. All 3 pis are at 50x magnification.
  16. Peace River, Partial Jaw with Teeth

    These pics aren't the best. I forgot to put a scale object in the photo. I hurriedly decided to shoot these because the setting sun was providing some good lighting. This piece is small, about 1.5 inches in overall length. There is an alligator scute in the background for rough approx. size comparison. I am not sure if this is fossilized, but the teeth look familiar to me. Is this a juvenile of something larger? Thanks! (Peace River, Florida, Bone Valley formation, Polk county, Hawthorn group)
  17. I finally completed the reorder of my collection of fossils and minerals. It is a wooden hexagonal display cabinet of several wood/glass shelf; in the pictures attached I only show some of them. I 3D printed more than 20 custom drawer compartments for the smallest specimens. I decided to go for a modular design, so I can adapt every compartment to the specimen. As printing material, I used a "wood PLA" filament 3D printed with 1 mm nozzle on the Alfawise U20 3D printer. I finally added a strip LED inside the cabinet door and powered it via a USB power-bank - so it is fully wireless. In this picture you can see some of my recent purchases: Two Sinosauridae indet. teeth from Kem Kem One Acheroraptor tooth from Hell Creek formation, Powder River Co., Montana Some Mosasaurus teeth from Kem Kem One Pterosaurs tooth from Kem Kem A piece of Rhinocerontidae indet. jaw from South Dakota Some ammonites, shark teeth, a Flexicalymene ouzregui, a couple of echinoids (I found the white one in a brick!); the Velociraptor skull is 3D printed as well. This is the other side. The big sand echinoid was also found by me in a brick! On the right there's a nice fossil coral: I never seen something similar, please let me know if you know it's name. Three fossil fishes and a nice ammonites cluster with some quartz in the background. At the end, some minerals... Now I only have to finish the cataloging of all specimen. I already finished with fossils, now I have to start with minerals - it will be very looong! What do you think? Do you like it? Ciao!
  18. Fossil shark teeth ID

    just found my camcorder so here are my first pics. i am unaware of where these come from and sorry if these pics are bad my camcorder is really old XD
  19. Always on the Lookout....

    I am on my way to late afternoon Doctor appt, but I am always on the lookout for LARGE TEETH.... I took this photo thru my pickup window... so, large teeth == YES!, mammal = YES !!!.. maybe, fossilized ... well maybe not... Happy Halloween,
  20. Deinonychus collection

    I only started collecting fossils about a year ago. I happened to just type in my favorite dinosaurs name into feebay on a whim. And I saw a fossil from an actual Deinonychus that I could own.... The addiction began, lol. A year later it's still a meager collection, especially being on a budget. But I wanted to share my finds thus far from the past year. A special thank you to @mburkett who ended my year long daily hunt for a deinonychus tooth.
  21. Dinosaur Teeth Trading

    Hey everyone, For anyone who has dinosaur teeth and wants to trade for them. If you are interested, then please respond and put what type of dinosaur tooth you would trade for. If I am interested, I will respond and tell you what I will trade for it. If you accept, then the trade goes on. Let’s see who wants to trade! Thanks! - FossilsandScience
  22. Pterosaur teeth/Coloborhynchus

    What's the deal with so many pterosaur teeth, yet just about every single one(every single one Ive ever seen or heard of, although im assuming other people may have heard of or seen other species)is Coloborhynchus! That just seems improbable....in fact it seems almost impossible. Tons of pterosaurs had teeth, tons of teeth are around, but ONLY from Colobos??? That can't be right. Also, I know that a species can have different shaped teeth, but APPARENTLY colobo teeth come in every shape and size(and width/height ratio, and angle, and curve, and every possible variable). Im not going to say these absolutely CANT all be from coloborhynchus, they have to be from other pterosaurs or animals, but....these can't possibly all be from just coloborhynchus, can they???
  23. These triceratops teeth looked polished, and there is two white dots on the bigger one that I think is a burn from preparing the tooth. It would be great help if someone could tell me if they are real or fake. Thanks so much!
  24. Possible Baronyx teeth?

    Hello, im stef and from the UK. i have had these a while and always wanted to get them looked at. i know there were 3 types of dinosaur that lived in south East England : the Megalosaurus Warkerii trio of which Baronyx belongs to. any ideas? If you would like close ups, different angles etc to help please let me know. This could be interesting! Kind regards Stef
  25. Tooth and Mandible Identification

    Hi, I found this tooth and possibly the upper mandible in an arroyo in New Mexico in a place called Copper Canyon. It is about 5.5 miles from Ghost Ranch. The layer is most likely late triassic chinle formation but it's on a major fault. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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