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  1. Florida Fossils

    I found some fossils this weekend that I found on a creek along the Peace River. There were three bones that I needed help identifying. The first appears to be a toe bone. I was kinda thinking horse, but it may be too small. The second is a jaw bone. I believe it may be a racoon, but not sure. The third item looks like a claw. My guess is a giant tortoise spur, as I'm not sure what else looks like it. Any help would be appreciated.
  2. Tooth ID (Alligator?)

    Hello! I was sifting for shark teeth this past weekend at Sarasota beach in Florida and came across this thing. It's 3/4 of an inch long and 1/4 inch wide. I was researching fossils found in Florida and it looks a bit like an alligator tooth, but I'm not sure. I'd appreciate any suggestions. Thank you!
  3. Shark tooth ID

    Hi All Can you please help me get the accurate ID of this tooth from Sahara of Morocco. Thank you Malek
  4. Colleagues, I was collecting on the shoreline of Purse park in Maryland, a beautiful site along the Potomac river. I'm hoping you can help me with your thoughts as to the identification of a few small fossils. The ruler is in centimeters. 1. The first photo appears to be a scute. Is this from a crocodile? 2-4. The next three photos are of a very small fossil which appears to be a double crowned tooth. The base is flat and the crowns are cuboid in shape and flat on top without any ridges. ideas? 5. The final photo is a tiny bone. I'm comfortable that it is fossilized and not modern. It appears to have the shaft of a long bone, or potentially a phalange, but the terminal surface is almost similar to that of an ear bone or the zygomatic arch of a bird skull. I'm a veterinary pathologist and I'm at a loss. I would welcome your guidance.
  5. Mystery Tooth

    Hello! I recently bought a moroccan Carcharodontosaurus tooth and found, to my surprise, this little guy wedged underneath the foam in the box. It's hollow and looks a bit like a croc tooth but I'm not sure. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks in advance!
  6. Steneosaurus tooth

    From the album Holzmaden

    A small and a bit damaged 1.2 cm long Steneosaurus (crocodile) tooth from the Posidonia Shale from the quarry Kromer near Holzmaden.
  7. I did some macro photography of one of my Kem Kem teeth (one of those smaller, unidentified dinosaurs), just for kicks. This tooth is under 1cm long. However, I noticed this strange, cross-hatched pattern in beneath the serrations - is this a normal thing? How does it come about? Possibly some sort of cleaning marks? I am curious to know!
  8. Any idea what this tooth is?

    This tooth is labelled as ^Unidentified Reptile/Fish Tooth - Albian, Russia^ any ideas a s to what it is considering it is quite cheap
  9. Pleistocene Tooth , What is it?

    Tooth of Unknown animal from Pleistocene deposits of Cyprus. I thought it was the tooth of the extant species of dwarf elephant. What is your opinion?
  10. Hello! This seems like a rather homey website and I've just recently shown an interest in collecting fossils. I actually happened to have purchased my first one earlier today and was hoping to have it verified to see if it's fake or not. It's relatively damaged, but still a neat looking tooth. I was told it was found off of Cape Cod, and i didn't purchase it for much (only 25$) so it's not a big loss if it happens to be a fake. I attached a few photos to view. My biggest concern is how smooth the actual tooth is. Thank you for all the help in figuring out if this is genuine!
  11. Steneosaurus tooth

    From the album Holzmaden

    A very small (a bit less than 1 cm long) Steneosaurus (crocodile) tooth from the Posidonia Shale from the quarry Kromer near Holzmaden. Another picture:
  12. Steneosaurus tooth

    From the album Holzmaden

    A 1.8 cm long Steneosaurus (crocodile) tooth from the Posidonia Shale in the quarry Kromer near Holzmaden. The prep work took about 1 hour with my air pen and my sandblaster. Some more pictures:
  13. Am asking obo a friend of mine. I personally have no interest in this item for myself. But thought I would ask here anyway as I couldn't give him an answer. Is the tooth genuine? Is the ID correct? This is the only photo he has sent me.
  14. cave lion or cave bear?

    hello majoriti of the tooth found in this cave are form cave bear but this canine looks to me a bit different can you tell me is thi another U. spelaeus or something else?
  15. Is this a tooth or rock thoughts?

    Hi can’t figure out if this is a rock or something else? Found on the beach in Myrtle Beach S.C. I’m leaning towards rock but would love your input.
  16. Pennsylvanian tooth

    Hi, I found this tooth the other day near Starved Rock, Illinois. Pennsylvanian deposit, Livingston limestone. I can't seem to find a match. It's missing some bits, any ideas from the paleozoic shark experts? It measures about 7mm
  17. I recently saw a ceratosaurus nascornis tooth for sale which is described as this: Very Rare 3.5 cm Kimmeridgian, Late Jurassic Ceratosaur Theropod Dinosaur Tooth from the Morrison Formation, Colorado, USA. How does it look?
  18. Nothosaurus sp. (Muenster 1834)

    From the album Vertebrates (other than fish)

    Tooth. 1cm. Middle Triassic Ladinian Grenz Bonebed Upper Muschelkalk Found at Zwingelhausen
  19. This is being sold as a carcharadontosaurus iguidensis tooth from niger. Am I correct when I say carcharadontosaurus iguidensis from niger was incredibly rare? Also the seller says that it is from Nigeria in the description but the certificate of authenticity states that it’s from niger. It looks just like a regular carcharadontosaurus saharicus tooth from Morocco but I may be wrong. Is this genuine?
  20. I recently saw this torvosaurus tooth and bone chunks for sale online. How does it look and could it be edmarka? Also how rare is this? Here is the description:Measurements (In matrix): ~ 6-1/2" long x 4" wide x 2" thick Measurements: ~ 3-1/4" long x 1-1/2" wide x 3/4" thick Location: Morrison Formation, Red Canyon Ranch, Bighorn County, Shell, Wyoming Time period: Late Jurassic , 150 MYO.
  21. Tooth? From Folkestone UK

    Hi guys, I found this along with a lot of belemnites at Folkestone Warren, UK. It looks like some sort of tooth but I'm not sure. It measures 1.2cm/0.5" long and has an almost rectangular cross section. Any ideas? Jay
  22. Hey, i found this rock in the river, cost of north spain. Theh found some cuaternarian sable teeth and rhino teeth near here, could this be a mamooth tooth??
  23. C. megalodon

    So, I can't get myself to spend the kind of money necessary for a complete, large, megalodon tooth. I'd rather spend that kind of money on other fossils in the rare instance that I actually purchase fossils. I have found some beautiful, complete megs personally, but none bigger than a couple inches. There is a store that I discovered down in Indiana that I call the "Wiccan Store" that has all kinds of beads, incense, crystals, and odd ball assemblages of things. I went into it years ago just to see what was in there and discovered that, way in the back, they have a little room devoted to rocks, fossils, and minerals. They used to have a big bin of broken megs averaging about $8 each for the big ones (now all they have are tiny ones in comparison). At any rate, I bought a huge broken tooth - 6-inches (15 cm) - for $8. I want to put a monster tooth on display. But I want the full effect of size that a complete one offers. So here was my solution (as usual, I forgot to take a true "before" photo, but the photos I did take, early, are sufficient). Here is how it started - the broken tooth with the beginning of the build-up of palaeosculp. I add no more than about an inch at a time and then let it set-up before adding more. It gets too difficult to form when in large globs. The basic form is complete and I'm beginning to add texture here. Here is the mostly complete restoration. It was not my intent to restore it like it just fell out of the mouth of the shark, but rather restore it to how it likely looked in the geologic context prior to breaking in half. Painting is by far the most difficult step. Matching any one color on the tooth takes as many as 5 or so separate colors and careful mixing to match. It's not perfect, and I may still work a bit on the texture of the root in spots, but I'm reasonably happy with it. I showed it around and no one noticed it was restored until I told them, so that's good enough for me for display purposes. Apologies to the sharktooth experts if there are any morphological gaffs. @Nimravis @Darktooth @Tidgy's Dad @Bobby Rico @Cowboy Paleontologist
  24. Whale of a porpoise tooth

    Hi TFF, I'd love your help identifying the cetacean tooth pictured below. I found the tooth below while fossil hunting in eastern Virginia with @Gizmo. The tooth is from the base of the Claremont Manor member of the Eastover Formation. The color and condition indicate that it has been reworked from the underlying Calvert Formation. Thanks in advance for any help or comments!
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