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  1. belemniten

    Isurus desori

    From the album: Pleistocene and Miocene fossils

    A beautiful 3.5 cm long Isurus desori from Hoevenen near Antwerp.
  2. belemniten

    Tooth ID

    I need help to identify this tooth: Its about 2 cm long and comes from Antwerp in Belgium. There you can find fossils, which come from the eocene to the pliocene. I dont have an idea what this could be I am not even sure that its a tooth ... Hopefully someone can help me ! From the other side: The cross section: Thanks !
  3. belemniten

    Somniosus microcephalus

    From the album: Pleistocene and Miocene fossils

    A 1.5 cm long Somniosus microcephalus from the miocene of Antwerp (Miocene). Thats not a common find there !
  4. Last week i enjoyed my holidays in the Netherlands/Belgium and found also many fossils especially shark teeth. I was in Hoevenen near Antwerp and in many other found locations on the coast. I will post my finds in the next days but I in this case I am not sure with the determination and its probably rare? The shark tooth is around 2 cm long and I found it in the MIocene of Antwerp. In my eyes it looks like a broken Somniosus microcephalus or? Are those teeth rare in Antwerp? Thanks for helping me!
  5. Hey everyone! Finally had the time to go out hunting again after a looooooong time We went quite a few times during the past week. Had a few kinda slow days, until we found a decent spot that produced some nice shark teeth. Lots of mako's… Some miscellaneous teeth A small cowshark tooth Continued in following post
  6. Angie

    Lower symphyseal hemi?

    Hey everyone! So I have this tooth laying around for a while, not exactly knowing what it is. Have been struggling a lot with determinating it, so I hope someone can help me out It's from miocene/pliocene layers and its length is about half an inch. This is the tooth in question (I'm sorry for the bad quality, had a hard time photographing it ): I saw this picture: Source: http://www.fossilguy.com/gallery/vert/fish-shark/hemipristis/hemipristis.htm Could this be a match?
  7. Hey So I went to Antwerp the week before last week. The hunts weren't going too well and the majority of the teeth we found were broken. I was really hoping to find a complete cow shark tooth, but I was only finding pieces.. Found some nice tiger shark teeth though (besides the usual portion of C. hastalis teeth)! We went again last week. I wasn't expecting anything (the haul from the hunt before wasn't very impressive), but apparently that's the moment you find one of the most special teeth you've ever found... A symphy
  8. Hey everyone! Last month, I went hunting for shark teeth a few times and I realized that I hadn't shared my finds yet with TFF We've spent the last days of our vacation in Florida and did some beach hunting there (thank you very much @Grimlock for your help!). We found some nice teeth, our first 'recent' ones! What do you do first when you come home? You go hunting there I went to an ex situ spot in the Antwerp (Belgium) area (Miocene and Pliocene deposits). You have to dig and sift a lot of sand in order to find fossils over there
  9. The last two weeks i was on vacation in the Netherlands. I was there with my whole family so i couldnt search that much ... The best location was near Antwerp (Belgium). There was desposited sand from the Westerschelde (with fossils). Unfortunately, the times in abundance are over and its very overgrown now, but at a few places you can still find something .... Looks good .... The best method is to dig a bit and sieve the material. Now my finds ... I found many shark teeth, bones and other cool things. Most of the sh
  10. Hey! We went to Antwerp yesterday and today, to do some shark teeth hunting. I'm thrilled about the finds These are the most beautiful teeth of yesterday. The megalodon isn't in a good condition, nor it is big and complete, but it's the first one we found ourselves (and they're not very common in Antwerp). Got the notorynchus cepedianus actually from an another hunter! These are the nicest ones of today. Some great hastalis I'm very happy with Greetings, Angie
  11. Hey! I went for the first time fossil hunting in Antwerp today. After finding some shark teeth on the beaches of Florida, I hoped to find some teeth a little closer to home . I'm very excited and looking forward to the next time I can go hunting!
  12. belemniten

    Shark teeth ID

    Last week i was one day in Hoevenen (Antwerpen) and found many shark teeth. But i dont know anything about shark teeth, so please help me to determine them ... In a few days i will post my complete tour from the one week in Cadzand. Here is my complete haul: I think its a very good haul (You have consider that one of these teeth was my first shark teeth i ever found )
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