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  1. Real raptor tooth???

    Does anyone know a good example of a raptor tooth? My son has this on his wish list of fossils and the ones I have seen unfortunately may not be what they are
  2. Mystery Tooth?

    We found this mystery item which appears to be a tooth of some sort. We found it in the gravel bed of the creek while looking for shark teeth. It is from Post Oak Creek in Sherman, TX. Can anyone tell me what it is? Thank you!
  3. Hey guys I just got this and when I first looked at the photos I thought it was real. So I bought it but now that I see it in person seems doctored or fake maybe???? What do you guys think real or fake?
  4. Hello, I found this worn bone fragment in SW Florida and it has some distinct marks, separating it from my typical tumbled bone. It's approximately 2 1/2" x 1". It has 2 raised areas on one side and what appears to be a worn down tooth surface on the tip or enamel?? Hopefully these marks will be enough to ID. Thanks guys & Gals!
  5. Any guesses on this tooth?

    My brother and daughter went out to a small creekbed nearby (Columbia, South Carolina) hoping to find arrowheads. They came back with this tooth. Sadly I broke it as I was taking the photos. In the picture that is looking at the root of the tooth, I had to hold it together. I included one of the inside in case that helps at all. Any guesses?
  6. This coming up weekend?! Sept. 20-22.

    Hello everyone! I was originally going to go to the Mine in Maysville NC this weekend and look for Teeth but I’m pretty sure they will call it off due to the bad weather they had. I also thought about going to GMR but they flood very easy and I don’t know if the water will be down by Thur. Or Friday. Can anyone help me with any spots that might be good within a 3 hour drive of Virginia Beach. Or if anyone reading this lives near Greenville and have any news on the water levels at the park or the bridge could you please let me know?! Thanks in advance! -Holly
  7. Suchomimus Tooth

    Found this possible Suchomimus tooth on our favorite auction site and was wondering if it indeed looks like one. Seller is based In Australia and says it’s from the Elhraz Formation. He did not provide length.
  8. Fossil ID help Tooth Texas

    Found this on a galveston, texas beach. About 3/4" wide and 1/3" high.
  9. Sarcosuchus imperator tooth

    Hi all, Please could someone let me know what you think of this tooth? Location - Gadoufaoua, Niger Sorry if the pics are poor quality they are screenshots of an already unclear pic from the seller.
  10. Great White??

    Found this small tooth on a recent trip to California. My guess is great white but it so similar to C. hastilis but with serrations. Could this be transitional tooth or is this Great White?
  11. Croc scute and shark tooth

    Is there any way to narrow this croc scute down to a species? Or at least narrow it down? also, what kind of shark is this tooth from? these are from the phosphate mines in Khouribga, Morocco.
  12. Weird Kem Kem tooth

    This tooth was picked up on fieldwork in Morocco in a mining village called Begaa. So it's provenance is certain. It is very very strange. I have shown it to many experts in the field, and all have come back with 'i don't know'. The root-crown boundary is just at the start of the orange discolouration. I am thinking crocodile or sauropod? But any input or ideas would be great! It is not fabricated in anyway. I have soaked it in acetone and looked at it down a microscope to see any joins... there aren't any! And it's completely free of matrix. So it is definitely real... just really frickin' weird! each square = 2mm, so specimen is about ~2mm in height
  13. Coelophysis tooth ?

    Would this be a Coelophysis tooth form Bull Canyon Formation of San Miguel County, NM ?
  14. Tyrannosaurus rex

    More pics of my rex tooth
  15. Hello everybody Another of these topics, but here we go ^^" I already looked up several topics on this forum about this topic and just tried to get as much examples as posible. Just to get into this big field of Mosasaurus teeth. Getting a crown tooth seems not to be that big of a deal since they are very common. It gets interesting if you want something with a root. As I understood this is where the fakes begin. I wanted to leave 3 examples here that are offered right now and would love to have your opinion on that. These are all described as Prognathodon indet. from Khourigba / Morocco. Between 4.5 to 5 inches. Still in the original Matrix, no fabrications according to the seller. What I would like to know: Are these fabrications? And is the existence of Matrix an indication for fakes? Or is the Matrix just there to hold crown and root together (like in 2 and 3?) Can this be described as Prognathodon indet.? Or are teeth from Morocco best described as Mosasaurinae indet? 1 2 3 Unfortunatly I can't provide more or better pictures. Any help is welcome and thank you so much for your help!
  16. Edestus teeth

    From the album Sharks and fish

    The shark relative is genus of eugenodontia holocephalid from the Carboniferous-Pennsylvanian age Anna shale formation, Carbondale group, found in different Illinois coal mines. I dont know(yet)which mine these were found in. This unidentified species is of the "vorax-serratus- crenulatus-heinrichi" or "E. heinrichi group", with the teeth being more of a standard triangular shape, as opposed to being thinner and pointed at a forward angle as in the "E. minor" group http://www.thefossilforum.com/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=501751
  17. Dear fossils experts, I would like to buy a new dinosaur tooth from the Kem Kem beds; I already read (more or less 10 times!) this thread - - but I'm a bit confused and I would really appreciate your opinion about those teeth sold as "Raptor Deltadromeus agilis". Comparing the images in the @Troodon post, to me those teeth are more likely of a Dromaeosaurid or Abelisaurid indet. What do you think? Thank you for your time and have a nice day!
  18. Hello whats are the possibility of getting Lythronax, Teratophoneus, Appalachiosaurus and Dryptosaurus tooth fossils ?
  19. Shark tooth ID?

    I went over to Green Mill Run creek in NC today and did some fossil hunting and found some nice stuff. I'm curious to find out what type of shark this may have been from? Great White? Tiger? Thanks in advance for any help.
  20. Mackeral Shark Tooth?

    A little help here on this one. I believe it to be a mackerel shark tooth of some kind. It was found with great white teeth after some material from offshore of South Carolina was brought in for a beach renourishment. I have several of approximately the same size. Thanks, Jamie
  21. Mosasaur tooth with replacement tooth

    From the album Marine reptiles and mammals

    Mosasaur tooth with the replacement tooth still in place. I always wondered what the weird round/oval holes were on the side of mosasaur roots. Finally it all falls into place!
  22. Hi all, I just got this tooth from Tolman Bridge area of Alberta. That area falls within Edmonton Group supposedly. I believe it's a hadrosaur maxillary tooth. Any idea what kinda hadrosaur it could be? Thank you for your help.
  23. Help with fossil.

    Found at flag pond park in Maryland. Not like any of the shark teeth I found.
  24. Hello everyone, looking for a well-known auction site I came across this tooth of Spinosaurus. At first glance does not seem to have big problems but I'm inexperienced so I ask you. There is only 1 photo so the details are detail of the first one. Thank you