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fossilselachian

Here are a few more examples.

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eddie

Here are a few more examples.

Who's torturing who now?! Great teeth!

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eddie

Here are my blue teeth.

First, my favorite blue tooth...

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A 2 7/16" Lee Creek mako, a pair of I. planus from Bakersfield (2" and 1 13 16") and a little Peruvian Great White.

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Fossil_Rocks

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This is the Hope Diamond of Teeth ...

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Ash

Wow, can't believe it's been so long already since this thread was updated! 

 

Here's a kangaroo femur.

 

 

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caldigger

Oh come on Troy, I know you smeared some food coloring on an old bone just so you could have something to post. :rofl:

 

This tooth was as blue as the sky when it first came out of the ground and quickly (within a half an hour) turned this dull grey. Oh that oxygen is an evil sort!

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Jesuslover340
18 hours ago, caldigger said:

Oh come on Troy, I know you smeared some food coloring on an old bone just so you could have something to post. :rofl:

 

This tooth was as blue as the sky when it first came out of the ground and quickly (within a half an hour) turned this dull grey. Oh that oxygen is an evil sort!

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You're onto us! :ninja:

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wzoune

Nice fossils 

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Nimravis

Here are a couple of my Blue tinted fossil;

 

2 small Oligocene rhino jaws from South Dakota with blue teeth-

 

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2- Blue molars from a Pleistocene Peccary from Florida.

 

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A small piece of Arizona Petrified wood that I that my parents bought for me when I was a young. I have had it for about 45 years and has always been a favorite.

 

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Ash

Nice! Love blue fossils. Will have to get pics of more and post them up.

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caldigger
2 hours ago, Nimravis said:

2- Blue molars from a Pleistocene Peccary from Florida.

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Who would ever guess blueberries were their favorite food?!  

They didnt have whitening toothpaste in the Pleistocene.

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Ash

I find the above post informative. Always thought toothpaste originated in the Pliocene but apparently it wasn't even in the Pleistocene! :o

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