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  1. From the album Fossil Diagrams

  2. Could someone assist in determining if these two items are an Enchodus or Xiphactinus? I found the larger one this past Saturday and the smaller one a few weeks ago, same general area at GreensMill Run in Greenville NC. Found these among whale bone, great white, tiger and crow shark teeth and a couple sharks of likely mastadon tooth - obviously a nice mix from a huge time span. I assumed enchodus until a friend mentioned the Xiphactinus, which I didn't even know was an option yet, so I would also appreciate detail on how I can discern between the two in the future - characteristics etc. 1. 2. and I also have several of these, ranging in size/condition some with enamel etc - this one as I'm taking photos I realized the tooth part of it might not actually be what I was thinking for this one, but the rest have the more rounded tooth, anyhow, are these jaw pieces with broken teeth like those above to be identified?
  3. Here is a 2.6" tooth... do you think the matrix is original?
  4. Found this in the dirt miles down a secluded train track. At the time I thought it looked like the ribs of a small rodent but as I did some research it seems to be similar to the attached picture of a hadrosaur tooth, but I'm no expert. Also.. I found this odd piece of what looks like pottery just in the same vicinity. Any guesses? fossil guy website hadrosaur tooth example my find:pottery?
  5. Found this in North Myrtle...can someone tell me what kind it is?
  6. Found this in North Myrtle...can someone tell me what kind it is?
  7. Hello everyone! My name is Jack, and I am hoping one of you can help me out. To be clear, I have zero experience or knowledge when it comes to fossils. I absolutely loved dinosaurs when I was a kid, which led to my parents buying me this fossil of a partial mandible and teeth. I've starred at it ever since, always wondering what it might have been. I was cleaning out old boxes and I happen to find it! Last time I laid eyes on it was in the late 90's so I never had a chance to get it looked at. If there is anyone who would be able to give me some information on it, it would be fantastic. What kind of creature, what time period and quality of the sample etc.. any help would be greatly appreciated!
  8. Found this in North Myrtle...can someone tell me what kind it is?
  9. Found this in North Myrtle...can someone tell me what kind it is?
  10. Found this in North Myrtle...can someone tell me what kind it is?
  11. This is a Miocene shark or bony fish tooth (5 mm X 5 mm) from the East Pit of the Ernst Ranch, Bakersfield, CA that I just found going through some matrix. I have a very large number of micro teeth from the Ernst Ranch but don’t recognize this tooth. There is damage to the root and crown and it looks like there was at least a third blade which is broken off. As far as shark teeth, it does have some resemblance to a damaged Hexanchus symphyseal or a damaged Chlamydoselachus sp. tooth but too many features don't match. It doesn’t match any bony fish teeth that I’ve seen from the Ernst Ranch before. Has anyone found similar teeth at the Ernst Ranch? Anyone have an id? Marco Sr.
  12. Hi! I'm new here! I need some help to ID some fossils I've found a couple of days ago. Thanks!!!
  13. what do you think about this tooth with a size near 190mm?Have few serrations according to the seller but not crack or lateral problems.
  14. Hey guys, Just wanted to show my new addition to my small collection a 4.85 inch Meg tooth from Hawthorn Formation, Sth Carolina. I really like it because of its natural glossy dark grey color and I also upgraded to a larger tooth. Thanks for looking guys
  15. Very interesting day. Found a glyptodon osteoderm and the tip of a sloth canine, but the ones I do not know are the reason for this post. 1st Fossil = Hoof core (1x2.25x3 inches) 2nd Fossil = Vertebrae process (2x1.5 inches) Highest degree of difficulty == I have no clue. 0.6 inches Thanks for any/all responses and ID suggestions. Jack
  16. Anyone have an idea on which carcharadon this came from? also, any ideas on this jaw fragment? -J
  17. A nice lower molar of the woolly rhino, found on the Zandmotor. Note that the chewing surface is slightly damaged. Found as beach float, from offshore deposits.
  18. Another tooth I acquired from the Hell Creek formation. This one comes from a less well known seller and he identified this as Trex. I don't see the robustness of this tooth and I don't think it is Trex. What could it be then? I have no idea.
  19. hello everyone, i'm looking for a good looking (and reseonably priced) T.rex tooth. can you tell me what these teeth cost, becaue i see some online for 500 $ to 3000 $.
  20. Is this a Mako tooth? It was found in the Peace River (Florida) in the same spot as some megalodon teeth, but this one looks different. Thanks!
  21. Hi, Haven't been on here for a while as I've been quite busy lately but I managed to get out collecting yesterday at my usual spot along the coast at Hamstead. Whilst I was collecting I came across this fragment of a fossil molar washed up on the beach. From the look of it I'd tentatively say that it's from the Pleistocene gravels (which can be found along most of the cliff tops and offshore), however a lot of the Eocene/Oligocene material can also appear to be quite young and in good condition. To me it resembles a fragment of rhinoceros or elephant tooth, but at the same time it also looks similar to Paleotherium molars I have seen, whose remains have been found in the tertiary clays here. The enamel has been worn down to the dentine and the growth pattern can also be seen in the enamel. Any opinions or help as to what it could be would be greatly appreciated.
  22. Hello everyone, this is a tooth I found on a recent hunt in the NJ Cretaceous of New Jersey. I originally believed this tooth to be either xiphactinus or plesiosaur but now I think it is simply an enchodus tooth. Identifying the tooth is very troublesome in that it seems to potentially have characteristics of either creature. The tell tale sign that pushed me to thinking it was enchodus was the base of the tooth.
  23. Walking along the beach and found this. Looks like a giant tooth. Does anyone have any idea?
  24. We just got this supposed whale tooth from a seller; I was wondering what sort of whale it may be from, and/or how old it may be? (also, if it is real). It is quite heavy, shiny and black.
  25. Went out on a hunt today and found the usual shark teeth ray barbs. Two of my finds I'm not sure about they seem to be either a claws or teeth. Found them in north Louisiana in an outcrop from the Late Cretaceous Epoch. Anyone have any ideas?