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Found 2,717 results

  1. Fossilized identification help

    My wife and I found this and have no idea if this is a tooth looks like a gum line to me but my knowledge is basically nothing please help
  2. What do I have here??

    Hey everyone!! I ran across something that was given to me many years ago when I was a child, and am interested in learning more about it. It has a paper with it stating what it is supposed to be, but I'm not 100% sure it's accurate either. Thanks for any help that can be given!!
  3. Found on Norfolk beach

    Hi i found this on a beach in Norfolk England, I thought possibly deer or bovine but unsure, there are 2 teeth and are pretty big, they have a lovly blue to them. Thanks in advance
  4. Ray tooth ID

    Hello! Help please to ID tooth. Length: 4 mm. Age: Miocene. Location: Western Ukraine. Thanks!
  5. Pliohippus horse tooth

    This tooth for sale caught my eye and was hoping someone could help ID it. It was purportedly found in Miocene deposits of Arizona and I _think_ it's a late wear stage cheek tooth of Pliohippus sp. I do not have measurements at this time. Thanks for the help!
  6. Hello. A friend of mine has a fossil tyrannosaur and spinosaur tooth and was looking to confirm the identification. Unfortunately, he doesn't have much locality information. First, the tyrannosaur tooth. He says it comes from around Red Deer, Alberta. No other information. Next the spino tooth. Comes from "Morocco, I think." Is it spinosaurid? The tooth doesn't have the usual Kem Kem colors. Thanks for your help.
  7. Canine Tooth?

    Here is a tooth that I unknowingly found while digging up possible Proboscidean fossils. From what I was able to research, I believe it belongs to a canine ancestry, but the root growth makes me lean towards there bear side of the canine ancestry. Overall the flattened ridges on top do not match any of my theories. What do you all think?
  8. Can't ID Recent Find at Big Brook

    Can anyone help me ID this fossil tooth? I found it today at the Big Brooke Creek in New Jersey and I'm not sure how to figure out what it is. Thanks! Chandler Olson
  9. Tooth/Scale?

    Hello! Help please with ID. Length: ~ 1 mm. Location: Western Ukaine. Age: probably Miocene. Thanks in advance!
  10. Check me on shark tooth id

    Hi all. I'm pretty sure these are GW teeth. I don't see any evidence of a bourlette. The only think troubling me is the root. I can't remember seeing GW teeth from Aurora or GMR (where these are from) with this type of curved root. Maybe transitional? Thanks for you time.
  11. Fossil identification

    I found this tooth today at my usual spot at in Summerville SC and I found this tooth amongst the sharks teeth that was very strange to me. The most similar thing online I’ve seen to it is squalodon due to the wrinkly enamel, accessory cusps, and two roots. However, they seem to be extremely rare or nonexistent in this region. I would love to hear any thoughts or opinions on the ID of this tooth. Thank you on advance!
  12. Fossil bone/tooth, Bison? (NL)

    Found this large fossil tooth at the Kaloot beach, The Netherlands while looking for fossil shark teeth. Tried cross referencing it to the local database and I think it might be a European Bison...but I'm not sure. Maybe some of you guys can ID it! It's about 10-12 cm tall (rough estimate), two deep grooves on top. Bottom is hollow. Quite worn, you can see the internal bone structure in several places. Sides are smooth. Would love to hear what you guys think!
  13. Carboniferous fish tooth?

    I found this in a phosphatic nodule from the Mecca Quarry Shale (Middle Pennsylvanian) of Illinois. It's pretty jumbled, perhaps as a result of digestion. My first reaction was that this is the base of a fish tooth, but I am not positive. Any thoughts?
  14. Allosaurus tooth tip?

    Hi guys, I got this tiny allosaurus tooth tip, or at least I think it’s Allosaurus. Is there any way of telling even from a tiny tip? Size 1cm. Kind regards.
  15. Juvenile allosaurus tooth?

    Hey guys, I received this Allosaurus tooth from the Morrisson formation in Wyoming USA. It is tiny (13mm). I was wondering if it was from a Juvenile specimen or just a small adult tooth? Is there any way of telling? Thanks for your help. Regards.
  16. Hello, I found this Elephant? tooth a few weeks ago. The sourounding area is very salty, so I assume that's part of the reason there are gypsum crystals on this fossil. I would like to expose more of the tooth, but I am afraid I will harm the fossil, since they dont come off easily. Should I use any specific techniques?
  17. Camel incisor?

    I'm thinking it's a camelid incisor. The guy I got this from over the weekend says he is not sure where it's from, the other fossils that are in the same collection where local pleistocene mammals and shark teeth. Obviously this tooth stood out to me as it is a much lighter grey than what's uasally found on the beach in that area, although not uncommon. Would just like to know if anybody can confirm camel or have another suggestion based on looks?
  18. Madagascar Theropod Tooth?

    Hi all, I bought this tooth recently on an auction site and was wondering what you folks think. The seller bought it at Tucson Fossil show but lost the ID card with the Formation on it, so the locale is missing. Info on the tooth: 1 inch long Supposedly from Madagascar
  19. Mystery Theropod Tooth

    Hi, I received this teeth recently from another forum member and was wondering what others think. These teeth were acquired at a German Fossil Show and were apparently found near the Chinese border. I think they look kinda like Carch teeth. Let me know what you think. The first tooth is 1.1 in long and the base is .3 wide The second tooth is 1.22 long and the base is .5 wide
  20. Help identify

    Found in Miamisburg ohio. In a dried up creek bed. Please help me identify these teeth please
  21. Carnivore tooth and jaw bone

    My best guess on this will probably be bear-dog since they were fairly common in this area. It doesn’t seem like this tooth would be at the end of the jaw like a normal canine tooth so I’m not sure where it falls into the jawline. This is the first one of these I’ve ever found so I’m kind of excited about it. Found in north central Nebraska. Miocene.
  22. Ok, trying this again as I mistakenly hijacked @BellamyBlake excellent thread by bad tab shuffling! Sorry! anyway.... heres is what I started with. Managed to get five coats of white spray paint stripped off. As you can see this is a pretty poor cast.
  23. Borophagus Carnassial

    Just got back from the fossil fair at Sanford Civic Center in central Florida, had a great time and brought back some great specimens. There's quite a variety here, but I have quite specific geographic/geological data for each piece, so I'm excited for some opinions. After some careful deliberation, I've decided to make separate posts for each specimen, as I want to thoroughly inspect each piece rather than half-haphazardly glance over all of them. The tag with this fossil reads exactly: "Osteoborus cyonoides Late Miocene- "Hemphillian Ogallala Group Hemphill Co. Texas 'Coffee Ranch Fauna'" Apparently Osteoborus is a synonymous taxon for Borophagus. How does the tag hold up? Thank you very much for your time, much appreciated. NOTE: ruler is in cm, this tooth is quite small.
  24. Shark Tooth ID Please

    Hey all, I just got back from a quick shark tooth hunt in Charleston, SC after a day of work and was pretty excited when I stumbled upon this tooth. It is about an inch long.Can someone help me ID it? Parotodus benedini? Alopias grandis? Something else? Happy to post additional pictures if needed. Thanks!!
  25. Hello So a while back I came into the possession of a Columbian Mammoth Tooth. As you can see it's in need of a clean and maybe preserving, which I have never done and so I'd like some advice. Feel free to treat me like an idiot as I have never done this befor. P.S. I cannot upload anything to the Gallery section either.
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