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Found 1,653 results

  1. Good day, I was given this meg tooth to add to my collection of teeth I find in a South Africa. Initially I thought the root was incomplete but I’ve since noticed the root has two symmetrical dimples on the top unlike any other tooth I have, any help with identifying why this is would be greatly appreciated. regards Pamar.
  2. Bison/Bos tooth?

    Found this tooth while ago.Still not sure to which animal this belongs to.I know that it could be one od these two : Bison or Cow.I Found it last year in a Stream in the middle of the forest when i was looking for Oysters (Gryphea gingensis) in Paraćin,Serbia.People do not live near that forest but maybe they lived in some past.
  3. Judith River tooth ID

    Hello guys, I have bought this theropod tooth, but I´m not sure about the ID. The tooth is 9mm in lenght and was found in the Judith River Formation. I hope, that you can help me! Kind regards from Germany!
  4. This Cuban meg is not perfect, they rarely are, but it’s one of my favorites. The color is insane, one of a kind Cuban fire. 4.31”
  5. Hey guys, This tooth was recently purchased by a family member and they gave it to me as a Christmas present. They don't know much about fossils and thought it was the real deal. However soon after getting my hands on it I could tell it was a fake or at least partially a fake. The root was too big and it smelled kind of strange. I didn't have the heart to tell my family member that it was fake. It had only been in the draw around 10 days and it literally started falling apart. At this point we tried to contact the seller as they had listed it as a real genuine tooth (they mentioned small restorations but not that the entire root was fake). I didn't get a reply and this angered me as it wasn't cheap. It cost over £400. The guy is still selling fakes and people are buying them. I don't want anyone to feel as disappointed as I did. He even has a fake tooth on there right now. It's frustrating because it ruins it for everyone else who is interested in collecting real fossils. As mentioned the whole root was fake and was like a pink putty. After poking around more the whole thing crumbled in my hand. Even the tooth itself had strange white stuff embedded in it and started to chip off. I'm sure many of you are great at spoting fakes but perhaps this could help a new member or someone who's not sure about these kind of things. Thanks for reading!
  6. Trying to identify

    Found this arrow head hunting in northern Missouri
  7. First, I want to say I don't look into fossils/teeth all that much so this may sound kind of dumb, idk. I found this while looking for shells during my first trip to the ocean last month. It looks like a hollowed out tooth to me but it doesn't look like any shark tooth I can find on Google so I don't think it's that kind. The thought had crossed my mind and was also suggested by someone else that it might possibly be petrified wood, but I'm really not very sure on that either. I just wanted to see if anyone might be able to tell me what it actually is? I hope these images are clear enough. Sorry, my camera isn't the best.
  8. Baryonyx tooth

    Hi all, I'm interested in getting a Baryonyx tooth and there is one available. But it seems to have had unnecessary restoration which has also been done poorly. I was just wondering what opinions are there on getting it? I would really like one but the restoration is putting me off. Is it still worth it or should I wait for a better one to come along? (if they ever do!) Thanks
  9. Pre-apologies for the picture, it is rather small and doesn't pick up well on my camera... Nonetheless, can anyone help identify this tooth? I have the name on the tip of my tongue, but my books are not with me to help identify it...
  10. NSR Shark Tooth: Pseudocorax Granti

    From the album North Sulfur River

    A very small shark tooth from pseudocorax granti. This is the most complete shark tooth I've found at NSR, with only a couple of chips missing from the root.
  11. tiger5.jpg

    From the album My fossil

    tiger canine tooth Age:? Locality:Nakhon Si Thammarat,Thailand Length:3.09 inch ps.bought from seller
  12. tiger4.jpg

    From the album My fossil

    tiger canine tooth Age:? Locality:Nakhon Si Thammarat,Thailand Length:3.09 inch ps.bought from seller
  13. tiger3.jpg

    From the album My fossil

    tiger canine tooth Age:? Locality:Nakhon Si Thammarat,Thailand Length:3.09 inch ps.bought from seller
  14. tiger1.jpg

    From the album My fossil

    tiger canine tooth Age:? Locality:Nakhon Si Thammarat,Thailand Length:3.09 inch ps.bought from seller
  15. tiger2.jpg

    From the album My fossil

    tiger canine tooth Age:? Locality:Nakhon Si Thammarat,Thailand Length:3.09 inch ps.bought from seller
  16. Type of shark tooth?

    Idea on what type of shark tooth?
  17. What kind of shark tooth?

    From Southwest Florida. Ideas on type of shark tooth? Thanks!
  18. Nanotyrannus?

    I've been looking at this tooth labeled Nanotyrannus from the Lance Formation in Wyoming (scale is in cm) . Now, the photos aren't great but I'm sort of wondering if it really is Nanotyrannus. It isn't quite as rectangular as other nano teeth I've seen (though I'll readily admit that I haven't seen a lot) and seems less curved. Any thoughts?
  19. Russian marine reptile teeth

    Hey guys! I acquired 7 teeth from Russia as plesiosaur teeth. But now I am seeing more pliosaur than plesiosaur in some. A clear ID on the teeth when possible would be really appreciated. You can use the ordre I posted the pics and associate them as numbers . They are all more or less 1cm. Thanks a lot!
  20. After tallying all the votes on the Hop 5 of my trip report, the "Hoppe Tripmaker" for Bayfront Park 01/04/19 is.......... #3 Odontocete Tooth Odontocetes are toothed whales, including dolphins and porpoises. Fossilized teeth from these creatures can be found in Miocene sediments such as the Calvert Cliffs, where this particular specimen was discovered. They seem to be relatively uncommon, especially when compared with abundant fossils like shark teeth or shells. My collection only contains about 15 of these teeth in total, and this one is perhaps the prettiest and most well preserved of them all. It's a gorgeous tooth, most likely from a small dolphin, and certainly deserving of the title of Tripmaker. The best find of each trip is not always the biggest! This little tooth beat a large Mako and complete cookie (which tied for second place, by the way). Below is a picture of the Tripmaker under my brand new magnifying glass. I hope you all enjoy the new Hop 5 voting concept. Thank you to all who participated!
  21. Abelisaurid tooth

    Acquired from a British fossil dealer in January 2019.
  22. Carcharodontosaurid tooth

    Acquired from a British fossil dealer in November 2018. Labeled Carcharodontosauridae indent. due to the presence of at least two carcharodontosaurids (Carcharodontosaurus saharicus and Sauroniops pachytholus) in the Kem Kem Beds.
  23. STH ID Help

    Here is a find that I have been wondering about, it's about 7". First glance it looks like a average rib bone. Thing is I have a lots rib bones but nothing like this. First interesting thing is the weight, it's heavy, at least twice as heavy as the average STH bone. Second it's not fragile, I dropped it on the tile ( by accident) and it bounced. Third is that it is very dense by the outer edges and is hollow in the middle. Any ideas? Thanks
  24. T. proriger tooth texture

    From the album North Sulfur River

    This is an edited image (negative) that shows more of the texture of the tylosaurus tooth.
  25. Hello! Good afternoon for all my big family here in TFF ! I'm thinking of buying this Woolly Rhinoceros Tooth Fossil. But please, I would like to ask some questions before my purchase: 01) Can this Woolly Rhinoceros Tooth Fossil be a real fossil or is it a modern with mud and cement? 02) Anyone know what species of Woolly Rhinoceros exactly belongs this Tooth? 03) According to the seller (Yes, the seller is Chinese), this Tooth was discovered in Heilongjiang Province, China (20000 years - Pleistocene)... Does anyone know if this locality is correct, or is it another Mongolian tooth disguised as Chinese? I thank you for all the help I can get. @Crazyhen
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