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  1. Hey guys! Here's my shark teeth from a recent hunt in Antwerpen/Belgium We found so many teeth at this trip This time, we got closer at the big meg, because we found some pieces from it Because i cant post more than this picture, i'll post the rest in the comments.
  2. Dromaeosaurus Teeth?

    Hi everyone, I am looking to get a Dromaeosaurus tooth and found 2 that are labeled as such. The serrations look different to me so I am not sure which one I should go with. I did browse through some old threads and saw some discussions about Dromaeosaurus not being found in Hell Creek which only confused me more. #1. Hell Creek, Harding County, South Dakota #2. Hell Creek, Carter County, Montana
  3. This is certainly the best tooth specimen we have found here this past year, as it feels like a rock rather than feeling like bone. I have posted a tooth or two here, y'all explained mineralized vs.fossilized and those finds were in the process of mineralization. Cool finds, not fossils. This tooth is clearly different. I couldn't wait until tomorrow to get started with identification so I did my best with the photos and understand how it can effect the ability to make a confident ID. If it's as obvious as it seems to be to me, tho, these pics are enough. Hit me with your knowledge, fossil friends, let me have it! PS. Bear with me, it's been a while. Thanks.
  4. Not a fossil

    Hello to all! I found this in the the hole which i have made it because of the pottery that i'm searching for.I'm not sure what it is,looks like a premolar 2 from a deer (Cervus elaphus)...Am i right?
  5. STH Find

    I have been going through some of piles of bones in my yard and I came across this piece which I didnt find too interesting untill I cleaned off the end and found it to be partially hollow. The hollow part goes about 1/2 the way down and tapers to a point. Anybody have any ideas? I have got guesses from partial tusk to large fish spine. Thanks Jesse
  6. Kansas tooth??

    I found this in Kansas. I picked it up because it was a cool rock. I'm just learning in here, but trying. I was going to use it in a rock sidewalk, but thought I would just make sure it wasn't a tooth or something first
  7. Shark tooth in florida

    I found this shark tooth in Lantana, Florida (Southeast Florida). Was wondering what kind it is thanks!
  8. Tooth of shark from Poland

    Hi, This is shark tooth was found in sand, which brought a glacier. Poland. Could you identyfy genus of shark?
  9. Fossil tooth

    Hi, found today on the Fossil beach in Victoria, Australia, fossil tooth and a rock with imprint. Tooth size is around 2 cm. Whose tooth could it be? And is it imprint of fish fin or some plant in the rock?Thanks
  10. Greetings, I recently bought a beautiful Spinosaurus tooth that was previously restored as some parts were obviously broken and put together with some sort of brown putty which looks like dirt or rock fragments. The problem is that the tooth had an accident a few days ago (it fell from the stand) and it broke again. I put the parts together with super glue but the cracks are now wide and visible and I would like to hide them a little bit by using some putty or resin, I don't want the tooth to look perfect and unbroken, just to look like before it fell, like there is some dirt or rock fragments instead of cracks. Do you have any tip about how to do that? Any brown putty or resin? Thank you very much.
  11. Cannot figure this out

    I found this years ago in a creek bed in the Big Bend area of Texas (not in the park). I've shown it to numerous people and have never got a good suggestion for what it is. It had no similarities to the surrounding rocks. Please excuse my ignorance of terms, as I admit I am uneducated in paleontology. However, I now live in Central/Western Montana and can't help but start to want to dive in. The standard size business card in the photos is for the last paleontologist I sent the pics to, but I haven't heard back. Thank you for your help.
  12. I found this one in a quarry embedded in sand stone in Southeast, SD. I think it's from a buffalo but not entirely sure. Any guesses?
  13. Saurornitholestes Tooth?

    I picked up this tooth a while ago and the description was raptor tooth from Hell Creek. I was thinking Sauronitholestes (Wow that’s hard to spell with autocorrect messing me up) but hopefully you guys will help Id it. Thanks! {sorry about the picture quality if it is too bad I totally understand}
  14. Help needed with this jawbone

    Picked this up in a little shop while vacationing in Alaska. Would love to get more information on this. All help is appreciated.
  15. I found this tooth at work in the sand in Northwest, IA. My sister had found one very simular to this one but allot smaller about 45 minutes from where I found this one at a quarry in Southeast, SD. She said it was from a prehistoric shark that only ate shelled mollusks thus the texture of the tooth that appears to be for grinding. Long story short my sister is wrong allot so I'd like to get some facts on here. I have other fossils that have yet to be identified that I will post soon. Thank you.
  16. I found this in the sand right at the water of the Warren Dunes State Park beach. Maybe hard to tell from the photos, but there are definitely pores where the tooth would have broken off. There’s also a ridge that I am guessing shows where the tooth would have emerged from the gum line. I didn’t set that ruler up very well. It is just over a half an inch or 1.5cm long. From the ridge to the tip is about a 1/4 inch. And the width of the base is just over a 1/4 inch. My apologies if this is just some dog tooth or something from the last decade or so.
  17. Had two weeks off from school, so I thought I would poke around a bit at a few of the spots I frequent. It was way too hot to stay for any length of time but I did come away with a few good 'bits and bob's' (sorry, been watching a lot of videos of folk from the UK fossilin'.) Firstly, at the Pennington Formation I found what i believed at the time to be a beat up Petalodus tooth. I set it aside when i got home and didnt touch it until returning from my second trip. i thought maybe I could clean it up a bit, but soon noticed it had striations going from the root up. petalodus doesn't have those so i decided to have a go at it () with my airscribe. This is basically what it looked like, with matrix covering the top portion. With a little scribing I uncovered a blunt cusplet which is when I started getting excited! After many hours of scribe work here is what Ive uncovered: A very large Cladodus-type tooth! The biggest Ive found intact! Its only missing a couple of cusplets. I had to stabilize it with super glue as the root was full of cracks. i'll take better pics this weekend. Needless to say I was chuffed! I'll post the results (and the heart-break) from the trips I took over vacation this weekend so stay tuned!
  18. Hello all. I’m very, VERY new to the world of fossils and fossil collecting as a whole, but it’s something I’d really love to get into. I’d just like to ask for some opinions on the authenticity of these Spinosaurus teeth. I’m interested in purchasing, but would like some thoughts from people who actually know a thing or two about this stuff! I could not find that much info on the seller so I’m a bit cautious. Thank you so much for looking and considering.
  19. Mosasaurus Fossil ID

    Was curious of what was inside of the matrix that my mosasaurus tooth was in, I'm mostly curious on what the fossil on number 6, 7 & 8 is. I'm guessing that it is a root of a mosasaurus tooth?
  20. Hello would this be a allosaurid tooth its form Lourinhã Formation there are no serrations has its worn. Size of the tooth its 2.3 cm
  21. Tooth from Ponte Vedra Beach

    I found what looks like a camel tooth on Ponte Vedra Beach, but it's hard to tell from the fossil book I have. Its about half an inch tall (thick).
  22. Help me ID this tooth please

    I found this tooth a year ago and have searched up info online to try to ID it but it was never a perfect match.. I'm thinking a dugong tooth but I have no idea. Thanks!
  23. Are these tyrannosaurus teeth?

    I didn't know which place to post this, but I found this online and I was wondering if these are in fact genuine T-Rex tooth? Thank you very much.
  24. Find or strange rock?

    Hello all, thank you for providing this section of the forum. My son and we’re kayaking last week and we pulled over on a sandbar that was exposed due to low water levels. There was also a small water inlet that fed into the river at this spot. He found this specimen while were looking for fossils in the rocks on top of the bar and got excited. Any help identifying it would be much appreciated. We have not found any great fossils as of yet, just some shells and other small things. We were on the Shenango River in Mercer County in Pennsylvania between Jamestown and Greenville.
  25. Gainsville possible tooth?

    Possible barracuda ?