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  1. Bails

    Hollow Great White Tooth

    Hi all, I found this hollow Great White tooth this morning when out on a hunt in Charleston, SC. Is this an example of a tooth that was in the back of the jaw and was not fully developed? Or is there a way to even tell that? I have found several Great White’s with missing roots and this one feels different - it is much lighter and feels more fragile. Any information is appreciated and happy to post more pics if needed. Thanks!
  2. Bails

    Shark Tooth ID Please

    Hey all, I just got back from a quick shark tooth hunt in Charleston, SC after a day of work and was pretty excited when I stumbled upon this tooth. It is about an inch long.Can someone help me ID it? Parotodus benedini? Alopias grandis? Something else? Happy to post additional pictures if needed. Thanks!!
  3. Anyone getting out on any hunts this season? I have been on three fossil hunts in and around Charleston. Found teeth, bone, meg frags, angy frags, hemi's, extinct tiger, the usual. No large perfect fossils this time around. I hope to check out a couple more near virgin sites this season. I wanted to ask a question. Has anyone used side scan sonar to locate gravel beds and fossils in the bottom of a river? How well does it work on a 1 to 10 scale? Wanted to make a couple of announcements about local fossil shows. NOVEMBER 2021 Foss
  4. Hey all, I wanted to share a large Isurus desori tooth I found this weekend in Charleston, SC. It measures just over 2 1/4 inches and is the biggest I have personally found!
  5. ThePhysicist

    Isurus desori

    From the album: Sharks

    Chandler Bridge Fm., Charleston, SC, USA 2" slant height
  6. Bails

    Whelk Shell?

    Hey All, I found this today while looking for sharks teeth in Charleston, SC. I am guessing this is a knobbed whelk, is that correct? How do I know if it is fossilized or not? Also, for anyone who knows the area, are these rare in the greater Charleston Area? I know for all the hours I have spent looking for teeth at this particular spot I have never seen one fully intact. Thanks in advance!
  7. Hey everyone, Can anyone help me identify these two small juvenile posterior shark teeth that I recently found in Charleston, SC? Megalodon? Angustiden? Great White? Too hard to tell? thanks in advance!!
  8. Bails

    Shark Tooth ID Request

    Hey All, I found this tooth on an early afternoon hunt today in Charleston, SC. I wanted to see if anyone could confirm if it is a Carcharocles angustiden or if it could possibly be a Carcharocles chubutensis. Reason I ask is the cusps on the side seem less pronounced then other Angy’s I have found and seen. They don’t appear to have broken off. My initial thought is that it is an Angy, but wanted to doubles check. Happy to post additional pics if needed. Thanks in advance!
  9. Bails

    Vertebra ID

    Hello, I found this vertebra on the beach this morning in Charleston, SC and was hoping someone could help ID it. My initial guess was a dolphin vertebra? Thanks in advance!
  10. I went on a quick hunt this morning. Couldn’t find much at all, only one small tooth, and then stumbled upon this Great White tooth. I have found a lot of teeth in the Charleston, SC area but this is the best Great White I have found to date. I was pretty pumped!
  11. Lee Taylor

    Potential fossil sites

    I have been doing some Google maps searching for sites that may yield a fossil or two. I found a few sites that look to me to have potential. Fortunately they are close to my house. I put the coordinates into my marine GPS and I am prepared to go take a look. What is your perception of these Google images from a fossil potential perspective?
  12. Bails

    Fossil or just a rock?

    Hey all, I was hunting for sharks teeth this morning and found this. Is it a fossil or just a rock? My initial inclination is just a rock, but figured the shape was worth an ask. Thanks in advance!
  13. Bails

    Shark Tooth ID

    Hey all, I found this tooth this morning hunting in Charleston, SC. I was hoping someone could help me ID it. Is it Isurus desori? Or is it Isurus hastalis? That was my initial thought, but it is so much bigger, thicker, and robust than the other Isurus desori teeth I have found in Charleston, SC and most Isurus hastalis teeth I have found are more broad/wide. So figured I would run it past some folks here to make sure the ID is correct. Thanks I’m advance!!! @MarcoSr @WhodamanHD @BellamyBlake @Al Dente @Praefectus
  14. Lee Taylor

    Fossil hunting after rainfall

    Yesterday we had heavy rainfall in Charleston. Rainfall is of course one of the natural elements that erodes the material surrounding fossils. We know that some fossils become exposed to the earths surface due to rain. In Charleston, good areas to search after a hard rain are shores, river edges, creeks, gravel beds, and excavation sites. Dredge piles are also good search areas. There is a particular area on Folly Beach which has a significant amount of dredge material. It would be a good area to search today or tomorrow at low tide. I suggest you search here between 10am and 2pm (low tide). T
  15. Lee Taylor

    Fossil shows

    I have been out of the fossil hunting loop for a while. What has been going on as far as fossil shows is concerned?
  16. FossilizedShoe

    ID Help - 2 Shark Teeth from Charleston SC

    I found these two teeth on a recent fossil hunting trip in the Charleston, SC area. The tooth on the left is 15mm and the tooth on the right is 13mm.
  17. From Myrtle, to Charleston and then from Amelia around to Venice. It was truly a blessed summer strolling the beaches with family, and sometimes by myself. Of the hundreds found, these are my favorites.
  18. On Saturday, I made the trip down to Charleston to hunt for fossils on one of several islands in the Charleston area on which the dredge spoils pulled out of the harbor are deposited. I drove down cautiously optimistic, as I knew that there should be fossils to be found, as the harbor cuts down deep enough to hit the right formation. Even then, my expectations were absolutely blown out of the water. The trip was an unmitigated success, as shown by the photo below. The picture above shows my haul for the whole 4 hours I spent picking over the piles and fields of dredge spoils. One th
  19. Jgonzalez

    Shark tooth ID help

    Can anyone ID this shark tooth? Found in Charleston, SC.
  20. cthamon

    Coprolite? Charleston, SC

    Found on a beach I stop by when I’m in Charleston. Not sure if it’s coprolite, but it seems to be my best guess. The conglomeration of odd little chunks doesn’t strike me as anything else, but maybe a very odd sediment deposit or something? The white chunks are bits of oysters/barnacles left on there, don’t think they were original. The main part of the piece is what throws me off. It looks like a giant peach pit or something, all the textures on it are pretty odd. Let me know what you think, I apologize if this is just a mineral or something man made... I always fear po
  21. Hey all, I recently got into hunting for sharks teeth in March when COVID hit. My fiancé’s father gave us an old shadow box over the weekend and I pulled out some of my favorite teeth to display in it from some of my hunts. Before that I just had them in mason jars. All of the teeth were found in Charleston, SC from March - September from 3-4 different spots. I just snapped a couple pictures, but I can provide more if there is interest. As far as organization goes... - Row 1, 2: Megs; Angys - Row 3: Great White teeth - Row 4, 5, 6: C. hastalis; Makos;
  22. Bails

    Shark Teeth ID please

    Hey all, Could someone help me ID these two smaller teeth? Both were found in Charleston, South Carolina. Thanks so much!
  23. I finally found a full Meg in Charleston, SC! It isn’t huge (probably about 2.5-3 inches or so), but it was nice to finally find one!
  24. I returned to the Cooper River near Charleston, SC last week for a five day diving trip for the elusive Meg! it is not the easiest way to hunt for fossils but It is fun! I added a new page to my website to give you an idea of what its like. ---> http://nautiloid.net/fossils/sites/charleston/charleston.html
  25. BellamyBlake

    Carcharodon Plicatilis?

    I have here a tooth from Charleston, SC, a river find. I've narrowed it down to a white shark, and based on this guide I'm torn between Carcharodon Plicatilis and Carcharodon Carcharias. I'm leaning towards the former. Could anyone please provide confirmation?
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