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Masp
3 minutes ago, Jaimin013 said:

Yeah as my collection grows I will find I need to change the display. I love those floating frames they are amazing just wished the plastic on it didn't gather as much dust as it does!

Lol  that’s why we need the sealed glass cabinets and our problems are solved. 

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Jaimin013
3 minutes ago, Masp said:

Lol  that’s why we need the sealed glass cabinets and our problems are solved. 

 :oyh: Agreed! :1-SlapHands_zpsbb015b76:

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Tidgy's Dad

The tooth is absolutely marvelous! :)

And the bonus items are a nice, well, bonus.. 

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JurassicParkCarnotaurus

Incredible collection! Love all those teeth, especially the tyrannosaurus. Hope it keeps getting bigger! :dinothumb:

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Jaimin013
6 hours ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

The tooth is absolutely marvelous! :)

And the bonus items are a nice, well, bonus.. 

Thanks! It's amazing and the bonus items are really cool too

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Jaimin013
5 hours ago, JurassicParkCarnotaurus said:

Incredible collection! Love all those teeth, especially the tyrannosaurus. Hope it keeps getting bigger! :dinothumb:

Thanks! Would love to see your collection if you have one! That would be cool

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bcfossilcollector

That Nanotyrannus tooth is phenomenal. :wub:

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Jaimin013
4 hours ago, bcfossilcollector said:

That Nanotyrannus tooth is phenomenal. :wub:

Thanks! Yes it's such a nice tooth!

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Tidgy's Dad

Very nice indeed! :)

Another one I've not heard of before! 

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ynot

Getting a pretty good collection there.

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Jaimin013
14 hours ago, ynot said:

Getting a pretty good collection there.

Thanks!!

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Tidgy's Dad

Another super addition to your collection. 

Really nice tooth! :)

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Jaimin013
1 minute ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

Another super addition to your collection. 

Really nice tooth! :)

Thank you! @Tidgy's Dad

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Jaimin013

Suchomimus Tenerensis

Gadafaoua, Niger

Size: 1 3/4 inches

 

There is just something about this tooth that makes this one of my favourite teeth in my collection.

 

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Jaimin013

Baryonyx tooth 1

Smoke Jacks Pit. 

Surrey, UK

 

On a small piece of matrix. Length of tooth 30mm. Unfortunately I can't spot the serrations on the tooth as they are too worn.

 

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Baryonyx tooth 2

Brook Bay, Isle of Wight, UK

Length of tooth 40mm

Serrations are visible on the tooth when there are good lighting conditions (see last picture). It was incredibly difficult for me to take a photo of the serrations as I don't have a macro lens or anything to magnify the surface.

 

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Baryonyx tooth 3

Brook Bay, Isle of Wight, UK

Length of tooth 8 mm

 

Again the serrations are visible but it's incredibly hard to photograph due to the size of the tooth. Someone I spoke to thought it is a croc but they are unsure. The source I got this tooth from is pretty reliable but it's such a small tooth and would need to be analysed under magnification. Even then ID can't probably be determined. May well be a juvenile tooth but not sure.

 

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Baryonyx tooth 4

Brook Bay, Isle of Wight, UK

Length of tooth 8 mm

The serrations are visible on this tooth but only in clear lighting conditions it can properly be seen. Again this was incredibly difficult for me to photograph without a macro lens.

 

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I can see serrations on all but the tooth on the matrix as it looks worn on that tooth however wish I could look at the serrations using magnification. May need to invest in equipment soon.

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Jaimin013

Iguanodon tooth

Brook Bay, Isle of Wight, UK

Length of tooth 30mm.

 

Although it is fairly small, it is one of the best preserved and detailed Iguanadon tooth that I have seen! 

 

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Tidgy's Dad
43 minutes ago, Jaimin013 said:

Neovenator tooth

Chilton Chine, Isle of Wight, UK

Length of tooth 52mm - One of the largest i've seen! It's not a perfect tooth i.e. as you can see the tip etc but the serrations are incredible!! I am so glad that I have managed to obtain this tooth.

 

Love this one. :)

Lots of lovely new teeth. 

But my favourite is the Iguanodon. :dinosmile:

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Jaimin013
11 hours ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

Love this one. :)

Lots of lovely new teeth. 

But my favourite is the Iguanodon. :dinosmile:

Thanks @Tidgy's Dad Yes the Neovenator is a super cool tooth! I was surprised by the condition of the Iguanodon tooth when I saw it, it is amazing!

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Bobby Rico
19 minutes ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

Love this one. :)

Lots of lovely new teeth. 

But my favourite is the Iguanodon. :dinosmile:

I second that. Mrs R and I have visited the Royal institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels they have thirty Iguanodons, ever since then I wanted a tooth but they as you know are hard to find. Congratulations 

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Jaimin013
16 minutes ago, Bobby Rico said:

I second that. Mrs R and I have visited the Royal institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels they have thirty Iguanodons ever since then I wanted a tooth but they as you know are hard to find. Congratulations 

30 Iguanodons?! That's so cool I need to visit this place. I am fascinated by them too and thanks! I can imagine that a lot of Iguanodon teeth are probably in private collections but I think if you look around enough you can find yourself a nice one eventually. :dinosmile: :dinothumb:

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