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Found 36 results

  1. Need help to identify

    I found this will looking for shark teeth near Wilmington NC. I have no clue what it is? Thanks in advance.
  2. Possible mammoth fossil?

    Hi All- I found these along a beach in California...any ideas what they might be? They look different than the whalebone fossils that I've found. The larger one weighs about 7 pounds and I'm wondering if the thin lines might be Schreger lines? (I'd rather not cut the specimen to see if a chevron pattern shows inside) Thanks! Cena
  3. Any guesses as to what this is?

    Hi, I don’t know anything about fossils, but I recently found this while digging at the farm where I work. It was 6 inches or so below the soil surface. It is very hard and light, but the upper edge chipped/crumbled a bit when I washed it off. I assume it’s a tooth, but can’t find any matching photos on the internet. Does anyone know what it might be? Thanks!
  4. Tooth? Claw? Vertebra? Need help with ID

    This is another backyard find that I am having trouble identifying and any help would be much appreciated. It resembles a claw or tooth but I am probably wrong. I live in north Texas and my property is located along the Cretaceous Duck Creek Formation: Mortoniceras and Eopachydiscus (thanks to DPS ammonite for helping me identify the formation). Would love to hear from anyone who may know what it is. Thanks in advance.
  5. Large ordovician tooth?

    First off, I don't know anything about paleontology. I found this fossil in Nicholas county Kentucky. It was about at the C in NiCholas county on the map. Sorry it's upside down, but Nicholas is 2 above bracken, assuming picture orientation. The fossil was 6-10 feet down. The first layer of fossils went down about 5 feet, maybe more, and we're tan and sandy. Below this layer was a gray layer, and this was several feet into that. Also, don't have enough file space to do enough pictures for inches, but it is about 11.5 centimeters long, or 4.53 inches.
  6. Tooth? Found in ohio

    I believe these are two teeth i found, located in eastern ohio, sorry the pictures arent the best quality (ill try to get better ones) but it was a bit difficult to get the right focus, any assistance in identifying it would be much appreciated
  7. Tooth?

    Is this a tooth I found? Found on beach at north topsail in North carolina
  8. Hi guys, sorry for posting an ID question here but I don't post very often so not sure where the best place to use on the forum is. I am in the process of buying what I 'think' is a tyrannosaurus rex tooth although the seller has told me it might be either a young t-rex or a large nanotyrannus (I know that there is a lot of division in the scientific community as to whether nanotyrannus is even a real species and not just a juvenile t-rex). Please could you take a look at some of the photos and let me know your thoughts? The tooth was found in Hell Creek and measures 5.2cm (2 1/16 inches). I have heard T-rex teeth typically have no more than 2 serrations per mm also so there is a photo next to a ruler if this will help. Thank you guys so much for your help and apologies if this is posted in totally the wrong place.
  9. Devonian Tooth??

    Our fossil club gained access to a quarry in Central Iowa. The quarry exposes most of the Cedar Valley Formation, so I can not break it down any farther than this, as the fossil was found in a pile of rubble. When I found this specimen, I showed it to 4 different individuals, all of whom called it placoderm "tooth". My research upon arriving home could not find placoderm examples resembling this find. So I am leaning towards a shark tooth??????? Your assistance is appreciated to helping me ID this:
  10. Novice seeking ID help

    Photos of two more Peace River, FL finds. Smaller one a tooth, claw, antler tip? Larger piece Dugong, tooth, other? any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  11. Hybodontid shark tooth?

    I don't know what this is found it in cotswald rock with belemnites. It is coated in a shiny covering.
  12. Flags Pond - What Did I Come From?

    Hello all, Went to Flags Pond yesterday and found a piece of vertebra and possibly a tooth(?) I am having a difficult time identifying. For the vertebra, what species did it come from? For the second item, is it a tooth? If so, what species did it come from? Thanks, Shauna
  13. Found this today and can’t identify can anyone help? Tooth or toe?
  14. Petrified wood?,tooth?,stem?

    found this while searching for petrified wood ... is it petrified wood?..or could it be horn or tooth or stem?
  15. Tooth

    I am a rock hound who came across this the other day and I am not sure what to think about it. I am almost positive it’s a tooth but not sure from what species. I was only allowed to upload 2 pictures so I chose these 2. Does anyone know what it may be? If it is a tooth the tip has been busted off at some point. Thanks
  16. Help please Id

    Would welcome any help found in the Lincolnshire wolds; known Jurassic sea bed
  17. Fossil Identification Please

    Hi experts, my daughter is going through a Dinosaur phase so i took her to Kingsbarns beach in fife, Scotland to hunt for fossils. Alas we did not find a an intact tyrannosaurus or a complete fish fossil, however we did pick up a couple of potentially interesting rocks. I would be most grateful if you could advise what they are. The first one (2 photos) we hope might be a tooth and the 2nd possibly a fern root (i did a wee google,). Thanking you in advance for your time and knowledge, the forum is a wonderful resource, thanks for sharing, regards Scott.
  18. What is it?

    Fossil? found in South Dublin, Ireland near the Whitechurch Stream, any idea what it is, a tooth or perhaps a carved tool of some kind?
  19. A few tips for getting better ID's. First, make the object you are trying to get an ID for be the central object of the photo. Not your hand. Put the object on a neutral colored background and photograph it as close up as possible. Then crop your pictures. Using your hand for scale is no good, we don't know how big your hand is. Make sure the photo is well lit and focused. Second, use a scale rule (preferably metric; millimeters and centimeters) we have members from all over the world. The U.S. is about the only country that does not use the metric system Coins for scale are not good. A member in Belgium probably has no idea how big a U.S. quarter is, and we here have no idea how big a Chinese Yuan is. If you dont have a rule, tell us in the post how big it is. Length, width, height, thickness etc. Third, give as detailed info as possible as to where it was found. State, County, Country, Province, Parish. Was it in a river, a beach find, a quarry? If you know the geologic info, tell us. If not do not guess, if we have the right info on where it was found, that can be obtained. Lastly, don't expect miracles on your items. We are mostly amateurs on here. We can and do make mistakes. If the item is really worn, don't expect an exact Id. But I promise we will do the very best we can, or try to direct you to someone who could possibly ID your item.
  20. Help ID please!!!

    Fossil hunting with my daughter in south West Kansas out back of our home. it was the 97th time I told her thats just a rock a sweetheart. (She just turned 4). Only this time I wasn't just a rock. it's tooth of some kind. It just became our best find!!!! If someone has some ideas from what we would love to hear them thanks.
  21. Midland TX Flower Bed

    Was working among some river rocks in a flower bed in a midland TX and ran across this. Not sure what it is but think it looks toothy. I am not sure on the origin of the rocks in the bed. If it is great but if not it will go into my really cool rocks collection.
  22. Beach fossil

    I was recently looking through some fossils I found, a number of years ago, along the beach in Charlotte Co. Florida, and found an unidentified one. It is well worn from the surf but stills shows a lot of detail. Other fossils found at that time were: horse, mammoth, bison, deer, shark and a few others. This one I'm not sure of. Any help appreciated. Thanks.
  23. Fossil ID - Missouri

    Hello new to The Forum I found this fossil a few years back in a lake in Northern Missouri on a rocky area on shore it's a little over an inch long rounded. kind of looks like a tooth but really just do not know what it is. I would love some help with an idea of what it may be. Another photo Photo from the top
  24. need help identifying these 2

    Found these on last dive trip to Cooper River Charleston, SC. the left one could be a whale tooth core but seems like ivory as it is layered and is kinda barky. Thanks
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