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  1. Finding Florida

    Found in Peace River 2

    Id please
  2. I found this tooth yesterday and it's not really like anything I've seen in the past. It appears to have been altered at some point after it was shed. In the first picture you can see that the left side is cracked, yet the right side is warped and completely fossilized. Can anybody tell me what causes this? @Troodon

    Early Coniacian Tooth ID Help

    I found this in Central Texas Basal Atco Conglomerate with Ptychodus latissimus and Ptychodus atcoensis. It is only about 15 mm to 20 mm tall, including a partially bilobed (?) root and worn tooth crown. Any ideas? Fish or squamate?
  4. TonyC

    Mammal, Reptilian or Fish?

    Hello All, I had forgotten I had picked this up a Big Brook the other day. Definitely looks toothy. Nice size to it as it measures 1.5" (38mm). Not a sharks tooth. Perhaps Sawfish rostral tooth? Thanks!
  5. GPayton

    Mystery Texas Mammal Tooth

    I've had this tooth for about a year now after I found it on the Brazos River near Houston last summer. It's definitely fossilized and has the exact same texture and weight to it that all of the other fossils I've found in roughly the same area do. As far as I can tell the whole tooth is still there, but unfortunately the occlusal surface that makes identification the easiest is almost completely worn down, I'm assuming by the animal's age at the time it died. I've tried matching the shape of the top of the tooth with others I've found pictures of, but the issue is the pea-shaped "pinche
  6. Philip Tovell

    Tooth... Or Ordinary Flint Stone?

    I suspect this is just an ordinary bit of flint but I wanted to ask you all for your opinion just in case. I found it amongst gravel on the garden path outside my home in Scotland. The the width of the widest end is 1.4 cm, the thinnest is 0.9 cm and the full length is 3.1 cm.
  7. HotSauceCommittee

    North Sulphur tooth ID

    Hi all! I picked up this little beauty (14mm at its longest) last week at the North Sulphur River. Unfortunately, it’s not complete, but I like it anyway. I immediately assumed it was Mosasaur (I have been a regular hunter at that location for a few years), but now I am second guessing myself. Can someone confirm or refute? Apologies in advance if there are any issues with the photos; I am posting directly from my phone, so hopefully they are not too large, but good enough quality.
  8. PointyKnight

    Kem Kem Notosuchian or Theropod?

    Hey everyone! I just received a few teeth from the Kem Kem Beds near Taouz, Morocco. Among them one has me particularly stumped - I’ll do my best to provide as much information as possible, but let me know if more is needed! The tooth was listed as a theropod, though even the seller thought that assignment was only tentative. Its total height is 14mm. As the pictures above show, it’s moderately recurved as well as slightly curved lingually, with very distinct flutes running the whole length of the crown, 6 lingually and 9 labially, with the lingual flutes a
  9. Tj1977

    Please help identify

    I'm not sure what dinosaur this tooth belongs to from Morocco. It is not carchardotosaurus as it curves.
  10. Better pieces of my Woolly Rhino and Mammoth teeth/molar Biggest mammoth tooth is around 11/12 lbs Biggest rhino tooth is around 4,5 inch
  11. Jersey Fossil Hunter

    Big Brook NJ Possible Fossil ID

    Hi, I went looking for fossils at Big Brook park recently and found this. I'm unsure of what it is? To me it definitely looks like a fossil maybe a sawfish tooth but I'm unsure. It doesn't really match anything I've seen on any sites.
  12. PetrosTrilobite

    My Nothosaurus tooth

    This is a 2 cm/0.8 inch Nothosaurus tooth, from Triassic Germany. A nice tooth with good size for the genus. This is my first fossil from this family and my second fossil from the Triassic period.
  13. Hello all. I picked up these teeth from a charity shop. I'm pretty sure they are shark teeth, and just bought them to pop in my curiosity collection, but when I was researching I didn't think they were the 'typical' shark style. I was wondering if anyone could help me identify the species it has come from?
  14. TeethCollector

    Is this a chubutensis?

    I am looking for nice chubutensis tooth and I saw this on online. Please help me figure out what this is.. Is this a chubu or meg? I know nothing about locality of this fossil except Southeastern US..
  15. Is this tooth remounted on the matrix? Or it is a natural piece?
  16. This is a spinosaur tooth from Kem Kem Formation, Morocco. I obtained this from online. It is a large tooth, with length of 3.5" , and seems like broken into several pieces and repaired. I don't see any restoration in near-root area. Very white, clean. broken tip, which is very common for spinosaur tooth. Sadly, it broke into two pieces. The tooth is more fragile than I thought...
  17. fosilisero

    tooth or claw?

    Hi, we found this in Charmouth beach, do you think it may be a tooth or a claw? Thanks!
  18. Just found what appears to be some kind of rodent molar in big brook, New Jersey. I know that there are both pleistocene and modern mammal fossils at this site, is there any way to tell if this is a fossil or a modern animal?
  19. HuntingtownHunter

    Maryland fossil? Maybe tooth?

    Live in Southern Maryland. Found this in creek feeding to the Patuxent River. Have no idea if it’s a plant or tooth or tusk of some kind. Also have found many Miocene shark teeth, a wild boar skull from the 1500s, and arrow heads. Thanks for the help
  20. DannoC

    Is it even a tooth?

    Hi! This is my first time here so may i most embarrassingly start by asking if this is even a tooth? Found along Red Deer River in Alberta a few km south of Tolman Bridge (in Horseshoe Canyon formation). I found it washed up in an erosion channel. Thank you, Danno/
  21. BonuFrailman

    Horse tooth?

    Hey folks, A friend of mine gave me this tooth for cleaning his house but has no idea what it is. We know nothing about this tooth but I think it looks horse like.
  22. Dburns

    A tooth maybe

    This is another one from Marlboro NJ. I can't figure out what it is. I thought maybe a tooth.
  23. Hello again. I saw this supposedly Daspletosaurus tooth, said to be from the Two Medicine Formation, Montana. It measures approximately 1.5 inches. If you could help me, I would appreciate it. Thanks
  24. Scratthecat

    Is this a real Spinosauraus tooth?

    Hi all, I bought this from a car boot sale, from a seller who sells fossil's. The seller said it is a spinosauraus tooth. I had a look online and saw that spinosauraus teeth are typically rounder, whilst this is very pointed and quite thin. The seller did sell larger round ones, as well as these smaller more narrow teeth. I chose this one as it was the least broken. I can't really identify what a fake tooth would look like. Could someone tell me if they think this is a real tooth or not?
  25. I bought this megalodon tooth the other day and was wondering whether it is real or not. I added images of it from the front and the back
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