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July 2018 Vertebrate Fossil Of The Month Poll

July 2018 Vertebrate Fossil Of The Month Poll  

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  1. 1. Cast Your Vote!

    • 1. Orthacanthus Shark Tooth - Upper Pennsylvanian - LaSalle County, Illinois, USA
      0
    • 2. Ichthyosaur Skull Bones, Ribs and Vertebrae - Lower Jurassic  - Quarry Kromer, Holzmaden, Germany
      9
    • 3. Thecachampsa sericodon Tooth - Early to Mid Miocene - Matoaka Beach, Calvert County, Maryland, USA
      0
    • 4. Rhabdoderma exiguum Coelacanth Fish - Middle Pennsylvanian  - Mazon Creek, Braceville, Illinois, USA
      8
    • 5. Mammuthus columbi Mammoth Tooth - Pleistocene - Bone Valley, Florida, USA
      5
    • 6. Steneosaurus Crocodile Tooth - Upper Jurassic - Solnhofen, Germany
      0
    • 7. Scapanorynchus texanus Shark Tooth - Cretaceous - Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA
      0
    • 8. Neochoerus pinckneyi Capybara Lower Jaw - Pleistocene - Savannah River, Georgia, USA
      1
    • 9. Cowralepis mclachlani Placoderm - Middle Devonian - West of Cowra, NSW Australia
      31
    • 10. Tyrannosaur Tooth - Late Cretaceous - Dinosaur Park Formation, Alberta, Australia
      10
    • 11. Xiphactinus audax Fish Tooth - Late Cretaceous - Russel County, Alabama, USA
      3
    • 12. Dakotaraptor steini Tooth - Upper Cretaceous - Near Newcastle, Wyoming, USA
      0
    • 13. Parotodus benedenii Shark Tooth - Plio-Plestocene - Florida, USA
      4


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Check the entries below carefully and cast your vote! PM me if you notice any errors with the entries.

The poll ends August 9th. Be sure to vote in our other FOTM poll, HERE.

1. Orthacanthus Shark Tooth - Upper Pennsylvanian - LaSalle County, Illinois, USA

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2. Ichthyosaur Skull Bones, Ribs and Vertebrae Lower Jurassic  - Quarry Kromer, Holzmaden, Germany

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3. Thecachampsa sericodon Tooth - Early to Mid Miocene - Matoaka Beach, Calvert County, Maryland, USA&page=1

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4. Rhabdoderma exiguum Coelacanth Fish Middle Pennsylvanian  - Mazon Creek, Braceville, Illinois, USA

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5. Mammuthus columbi Mammoth Tooth - Pleistocene - Bone Valley, Florida, USA

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6. Steneosaurus Crocodile Tooth - Upper Jurassic - Solnhofen, Germany

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7. Scapanorynchus texanus Shark Tooth - Cretaceous - Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA

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8. Neochoerus pinckneyi Capybara Lower Jaw - Pleistocene - Savannah River, Georgia, USA

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9. Cowralepis mclachlani Placoderm - Middle Devonian - West of Cowra, NSW Australia

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10. Tyrannosaur Tooth - Late Cretaceous - Dinosaur Park Formation, Alberta, Australia

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11. Xiphactinus audax Fish Tooth - Late Cretaceous - Russel County, Alabama, USA

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12. Dakotaraptor steini Tooth - Upper Cretaceous - Near Newcastle, Wyoming, USA

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13. Parotodus benedenii Shark Tooth - Plio-Plestocene - Florida, USA

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FossilDAWG

Just saying, there are at least 4 or 5 entries that would be an overwhelming favorite in any normal month.  This month is off the charts!

 

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jcbshark

Man what a tough choice, some excellent finds for sure:yay-smiley-1:

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Paleoworld-101

Correction for the Tyrannosaur tooth, it should say Alberta, Canada not Alberta, Australia. 

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Foozil
1 minute ago, Paleoworld-101 said:

Correction for the Tyrannosaur tooth, it should say Alberta, Canada not Alberta, Australia. 

Didn't even know there was an Alberta here haha 

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indominus rex

Wow, I was really tied between 2 submissions. But eventually I had to decide(I'm a sucker for this kind of fossil:P)

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Bone guy
On 8/5/2018 at 11:54 PM, Paleoworld-101 said:

Correction for the Tyrannosaur tooth, it should say Alberta, Canada not Alberta, Australia. 

Haha that really tripped me up! :hearty-laugh:

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