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  1. Molar Position

    What position is this molar from? Am I correct in thinking the m3 molar is the only molar with a third lobe? As shown below. I believe its bison bison m3?
  2. Help ID croc tooth from Kem Kem

    Hi everyone, I got these tooth from an auction. The only information I have that they are all from Kem Kem Basin and the number 1 as the seller description that Elosuchus sp. ~4cm but actually I'm not sure it label. So if anyone has any ideas of all of them that would be great. Thank for reading!
  3. Infant mastodon calf?

    I was on another river adventure and found this Butte. I tried to find images that resemble what I found, the closest comparable was a infant mastodon calf. I would appreciate any feedback y’all may have! Thanks!!
  4. Shark Tooth ID?

    So this tooth was found on the beach. Anyone able to help with ID? Thank you!
  5. Tiouraren Formation tooth?

    Hi everyone, I saw this tooth online listed as a theropod tooth from the Tiouraren FM and was wondering what you all think about it. From my knowledge, Kem Kem teeth can have white preservation too so that’s why I’m unsure about this tooth. Tooth is supposedly from Tiouraren Formation of the Agaves region of Niger Length is .74”
  6. Location is in Missouri The area is dated to the Pennsylvanian Formation: Muncie Creek Shale Found this very small tooth like structure and was wondering if anyone could confirm if it is a tooth or not. Normally I can identify teeth if they are large enough, but this specimen is very small. I have found teeth before in these concretions but much larger such as a possible Symmorium or Glikmanius along with a tooth from a member of Eugeneodontida. Here are some images I edited that might make some details more clearer:
  7. Rock or Shark Tooth

    Hello! I know you guys get these question a lot. However, We found this on the beach on outside of Valencia, Spain, on the Balearic Sea coast and would humbly request your help in identifying if this is an actual shark tooth or just a weirdly shaped rock? Thanks in advance!
  8. Suffolk England River Bed

    Hi I am new to this. I found this in a river bed in Suffolk East of England. Anyone know what it is? It’s about 10cm long
  9. Mammal Tooth from Calvert Cliffs

    I found the tooth below on a beach along the Calvert Cliffs (Miocene exposure) in Maryland this morning. Any idea what it came from? It looks like some kind of mammal tooth to me though it's missing the root. I'm not sure whether it's a fossil or modern. Thanks!
  10. Identification Needed

    If anyone could help me figure out what this is, that would be awesome, I found it at the beach while looking for shark teeth.
  11. Bought from a fossil website. Considerably new to fossil hunting/collecting. Please help me out:)
  12. Chinese dinosaur tooth

    This tooth was just dug out from Ganzhou, China. Is it a dinosaur tooth? It’s Cretaceous formation.
  13. I purchased this tooth at a fossil shop while visiting canada and was just wondering if it was in fact a real tooth from a spinosaurus. It doesnt quite look like other teeth I've seen on the internet so I'm very unsure.
  14. Can’t find a match for this mammal tooth

    This tooth looks a little different than the rest of my cow/bison teeth. I can’t seem to find anything with that slight fan shape and double stylid.
  15. Florida - Peace River

    Hi everyone, I have some stuff that was found in the Peace River, Florida. I think I have an idea what these are, but confirmation would be great! First off, a horse tooth? Could anything more specific be identified? It's 2" Then there's this, and I think it's alligator scute. 1 inch Lastly, alligator tooth partial? 1 inch long
  16. Mastodon tooth?

    I recently found this on a diving adventure and would like any information y’all may have! I have more photos and could take more if needed! Thanks
  17. Weird Neogene/Pleistocene Tooth

    I found this the other day in a bag of Aurora micro matrix. It's only about 3 mm long. Could be Miocene, Pliocene or Pleistocene as all three run through the mine and the matrix is thoroughly sifted together during mining operations. There appears to be a root and possibly two tips broken off?
  18. Help with some whale teeth IDs

    Hi. Does anyone know the identifications for these whale teeth? Thanks for your help. This tooth was found on the Ernst ranch in Bakersfield, California. It is from the Miocene-aged Temblor formation. This tooth was found by a diver near Savannah, Georgia. I unfortunately don't have any more information on it.
  19. Hi all - I am new to the group so please forgive me if I miss any information. I found this piece in question on a sandbar right off of Wallops Island, Virginia. I believe it is some kind of tooth or claw/talon. Unfortunately I am on vacation and left the piece at home. But I estimate it to be around 6 inches long (0.15 meters) and about 2 inches wide (0.05 meters). It has a little weight to it but still light. This was the best picture I had that shows the full piece and the root top.
  20. Isolated Pennsylvanian micro tooth

    I found this teeny tiny tooth when I was smashing some matrix from the Pennsylvanian La Salle Limestone. It’s about 2 mm tall and has a shiny tip and more matte “root”. Since this is a marine deposit my assumption would be that this is a fish tooth, but is it possible to identify it any further? Here it is on the matrix: and here is the tooth itself:
  21. Carcharocles aksuaticus

    Hi everyone, I've been looking for a Carcharocles aksuaticus tooth online. It seems really hard to find one, which leads me to believe there might be a synonym for it that I don't know about (other than Otodus aksuaticus). There was a thread here a few years ago wherein someone suggested that Otodus subserratus may be the same thing. Based on what I can tell, that isn't true. However, could anyone confirm whether this is accurate please?
  22. 3 toed horse tooth?

    I am pretty sure this is a complete tooth. I’ve never found one with this pattern.
  23. Hopefully enough tooth left here for an ID

    North Central Nebraska. Miocene thanks for looking.
  24. Florida Shark Teeth

    Hi everyone, I have here 3 teeth from a river in Florida which I'm having some trouble identifying. I do believe that the top two may be bull, but ultimately am not sure. Those are 1/2" each; the bottom partial is 1"
  25. Possible Tooth

    Found this one at a local antique store. The owner claimed that it was a tooth that their aunt had found near Salina, Kansas. Wish I had more information for you, but thats all I got. Any help identifying it would be greatly appreciated.
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