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Left tooth is 1.375 inch long compared to the right tooth 3.625 inches long! Just found them 9/10/16

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Susan from PA

Wow!  Beautiful finds!   Congrats!   Where and in what formation were they found?   If they were found in the Judith River Formation,  I usually label them as Tyrannosaurid indet. , since it is almost impossible to distinguish between Albertosaurus, Gorgosaurus, and Daspletosaurus.  However, with the size of the larger tooth being over 3.5 inches, I would lean toward identifying that specimen as Daspletosaurus.   :trex:

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LordTrilobite

Nice!

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Fossil shop

Thanks! They were dug up on my land in North Central Montana in the Judith River Formation. This was just a couple of my finds.

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bcfossilcollector

Very impressive!:envy:

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JohnBrewer
2 hours ago, Fossil shop said:

Thanks! They were dug up on my land in North Central Montana in the Judith River Formation. This was just a couple of my finds.

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I wanna be your neighbour....

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HamptonsDoc

Wow! Very impressive!  Congratulations!  

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Fossil shop

Thanks everyone, they are awesome finds and very lucky!

 

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Fossil shop

There is a pic of 2 teeth I found last year. the bottom tooth is 3.45 inch long and the top tooth is 2.5 inch long!

 

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Fossil shop

Dug all these up 9/10/16 in the Judith River Formation North Central Montana. Let me know what you think.

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LordTrilobite

That's...

 

:dinothumb:

:envy:

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caldigger
8 hours ago, Fossil shop said:

Dug all these up 9/10/16 in the Judith River Formation North Central Montana. Let me know what you think.

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What do I think?  I think I want to dig where you dig.

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Fossil shop

I dig with a 70 thousand pound shovel to find these lol without it it would not be possible! Where do you dig?

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JohnBrewer
22 hours ago, Fossil shop said:

Dug all these up 9/10/16 in the Judith River Formation North Central Montana. Let me know what you think.

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:drool:

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JohnBrewer
13 hours ago, Fossil shop said:

I dig with a 70 thousand pound shovel to find these lol without it it would not be possible! Where do you dig?

 

Weight or cost :P Oh yeah, you do $$$ it's us that do £££  :D

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Fossil shop

Here are some more Fossils I pulled out 9/9/16 thanks for checking them out!

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simianfever

Great finds. I can only imagine the excitement of digging up so many at a time. 

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Vieira

Amazing. :D

 

Congratulations.

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tmaier

Great Googly-Moogly!

Is there any chance that all these came out of the same individual? Were they found in the same spot?

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Fossil shop

Thanks! There is always the possibility but I would have to doubt that they all came from the same Dinosaur. These were dug out in a channel so most likely wash but they were all found within a couple feet of each other.

 

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DE&i

Stunning and well rescued.

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