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Found 1,983 results

  1. Fish tooth?

    Found on Topsail Island, NC Some sort of (non-shark) fish tooth?
  2. Hi everyone, Today I was in Weymouth (south of England) when I stumbled upon a popular fossil shop. The shop specializes in selling a variety of both fossil replicas and 'fossils'. While I was there I stumbled across a selection of Mosasaur teeth with the root kept inside a locked cabinet. I decided to purchase one of them for £10. So what I was wondering is if the tooth and root are real or not as I am still sceptical. Can anyone give any insight?
  3. Senile Bovine?

    Just recieved this from a Chinese seller ( might not be originally from there though!) Stated as Pleistocene. Not sure what I am looking at. I have tried comparing with many photos online and can't seem to come up with a good match. Might this be from an "off the normal grid" bovine such as Water Buffalo or oxen or just a very senile animal like bison? Heck, it may not even be bovid at all. There doesn't seem to be a pronounced stylid on the side. Any and all opinions are welcomed.
  4. Hey guys! Bought a Meg tooth from a trusted seller for my soon, but for some reason I want to confirm it is real. Here are a couple images. It is about 5.6inch in length and weights 1lb 8oz or 0.6kg. Looks great when I hold it but as you know they make great fakes... so if anyone can spot something please let me know. Thanks!
  5. Ceratodus (lungfish) tooth

    From the album Triassic vertebrate fossils

    A really nice and very rare 2.5 cm long Ceratodus (lungfish) tooth from a triassic "Bonebed" from a quarry in southern Germany (Baden-Württemberg). One of my best finds from there so far
  6. Non-shark Tooth ID please

    I found this yesterday at Westmoreland State Park in Virginia, which I think is Miocene stuff. Can anyone ID?
  7. What mosasaurus is it ?

    What mosasaurus is it? I bought it as Globidens phosphaticus but I find the bone is from another kind of Mosasaurus. And the seller stick them together. Can someone tell me what specie does the bone belong to? Thanks. Picture 3 is what it looks like at the begining.
  8. Whose tooth?

    Hello from Mississippi! I've never posted on here before but I need some experienced eyes to help out with this ID. I found this tooth fragment at the w.m. browning cretaceous fossil park near frankstown last time I went sifting down there. It's been bugging me that I dont know what it is. Def not like the shark teeth you find there so that leaves croc? or mosasaur? Or something else? Its hollow and looks like it would have had a slightly curved cone shape if whole. Any insight would be helpful. Thanks!
  9. A planted fake tooth??

    I am seriously stumped with this one. Maybe you folks can help me out. I found this during the weekend out near the bottom of the panhandle in the Jurassic Triassic undivided. It was found when sifting rubble through my mesh net and I won’t lie when I say I leapt with excitement when I found it. but... the more I look at it the more it seems like there is something off about it. For one, I already tried looking up known dinosaur fossils found in that region of Texas and I cannot find a tooth looking similar to this one. This tooth also doesn’t have the same coloration that other fossilized Dino teeth seem to have. The distinction between the crown and the root looks odd to me, and finally, the tooth is conical, with no notable serrations. This led me to begin wondering if it was possibly a fake?? I have heard of people planting fake meg teeth along beach shores but never out in the middle of nowhere. The tooth is hard, and I’ve tried a scratch test to see if there was any paint or epoxy and it doesn’t seem to have any. So what do you guys think? Any help is appreciated!
  10. Crocodile tooth

    I have this crocodile tooth from Morocco Kem Kem Beds and was hoping if somenone could tell the species
  11. My New T Rex Tooth

    Just got back my online purchased T Rex tooth. Bought it last month and then sent it off to my prepper to do some minimal clean up/work. It's back and so excited for you all to see! The tooth is 3.6 inches and is a shed maxillary tooth with a small piece of the root. It has great serrations and I especially love the worn tip. This tooth did some work! The person selling it obtained it from Hell Creek but thought it was a BIG nanotyrannus tooth. I paid a premium for a nano tooth but definitely cheap since it turned out to be Rex. I told him it was Rex after I received it and he was happy nonetheless. Special thanks to @Troodon for the advice given.
  12. Unknown tooth

    Hi everyone, I’m new here and this is my first ID question post! I’ve found two of these in my searches, but this is the more interesting of the two with its lovely core. Pulled it out of a literal gravel pile near New Bern, NC. Thanks for the help! Frank
  13. Pliosaur jaw

    A rare pliosaur jaw with part of tooth unfortunately it's weathered tooth and it's measures about 4 inches and incomplete its could be larger what's a monster it would be. Its from Jurassic, Kimmeridge Clay. Dredged from the Smallmouth Sands off Weymouth Harbour, Dorset
  14. Possible fossil or just a rock?

    Hi everyone. I will update my profile and introduce myself soon, but I'm eager to see if I can get some help with this. Found on Happisburgh Beach, Norfolk, England. I don't know if it's just a rock, or a bone, a fossil...?! Can anyone help or point me in the right direction? Thanks in advance!
  15. Tooth or stone

    Hi my son found this we think it is a tooth can anyone identify it. It is 45mm long Regards Dylan
  16. Steneosaurus tooth

    From the album Holzmaden

    A 2 cm long Steneosaurus tooth (crocodile) from the lower Jurassic from the quarry Kromer near Holzmaden (Germany). Sadly its a bit damaged. Another picture:
  17. Found near Hogtown Creek in Gainesville
  18. Marine tooth

    Hello. I found this tooth on the beach today. I think it might be from a whale or a seal, not quite sure. I do not think it is fossilized, but you guys might know what it is.
  19. My wife found this piece of jaw bone on the beach while on vacation last month at Topsail Island, NC. At first I thought it belonged to a shark, but upon closer examination, the tooth doesn't resemble any of the hundreds of shark teeth I have found in the past. Any help identifying this fossil would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  20. Ichthyosaur tooth

    From the album Holzmaden

    Here is a 1.5 cm long Ichthyosaur tooth with a nice structure from the lower Jurassic from the quarry Kromer near Holzmaden (Germany). Another picture:
  21. Shark tooth?

    What is this?
  22. Mastodon tooth find

    My son and I discovered this a few weeks ago while metal detecting. Didn’t realize what it was at first but knew it was something important
  23. Found this partial tooth a few years ago in some Holo-Pleistocene marine sediments on Oahu, Hawaii. There is also the chance that it is more recent, as there had been some dredging in the area, though I haven't seen any evidence at this location. Approximately half of this tooth is missing. What remains is half of the crown and one root lobe. It is 17 mm in maximum dimension. My guess is carnassial. Seal? Canid? Appreciate any and all input.
  24. Corolla NC beach. Fossil or rock?

    Found this today on the beach in Corolla NC. Fossil? Rock? As always, I am intrigued!
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