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  1. PetrosTrilobite

    What does restoration means?

    When we see a fossil, for example a trilobite or a dinosaur tooth with restoration, what this mean? Is paint? Is a fake piece glued in the original fossi?
  2. Fast. Intelligent. Deadly. The "Raptor" is perhaps one of the most famous dinosaur today thanks to Jurassic Park. To many people's surprise however, raptors are heavily feathered and nimbler than movies would have you believe. The Jurassic Park Velociraptor was merely the size of coyote in real life! In fact, their proper family name is 'Dromaeosaurid'. The largest species was Utahraptor, and it grew to the size of a grizzly bear! Dromaeosaurid fossils have been found all over the world. They first appeared during the Cretaceous, though isolated teeth have been found in the mid-Jurassic. Allow
  3. Zapsalis

    My “Mesozoic Park”

    Well, I figured that I should start a member’s collection. Sorry for my absence, I was busy with college classes. I did great this semester, and I even won a student leadership award! With that being said, I’m gonna start my collection off with a piece that I acquired for my birthday! My 22nd Birthday is tomorrow (June 14th), and I was strapped for money. My father and grandmother chipped in, and helped me acquire this chromium woodworthia piece from a local rock shop that I frequent! It’s from Arizona, and it only cost $60 USD! I’ll try to be active here whenever I can
  4. Hi everyone, I was recently offered this Giganotosaurus tooth. I was wondering if there was a way to distinguish it from carcharodontosaurus teeth from the kem kem beds? Or if anyone can share there opinion on this one, thank you.
  5. Hello! Names Eric and I'm hoping to trade for dinosaur teeth. I am also interested in claws and dinosaur bone that I don't currently have. I actually do have dinosaur fossils for trade ( such as Trex, Triceratops, Edmontosaurus, etc) and ice age fossils (Mammoth, Cat, etc) for trade. I"ll try to attach a word document below of the current dinosaur fossils (prehistoric reptiles and mammoths included) that I have. Thanks your time dino names.docx
  6. Hi all, I have moved images of my collection to this page. Please any questions I will endeavour to answer one by one. Thank you for viewing. Kind Regards. Liam
  7. PetrosTrilobite

    Majungasaurus tooth

    Do you know if i can find Majungasaurus teeth on market and what is the price for the teeth?
  8. I found a bunch of these teeth on the Judith River Formation yesterday and not sure of the identification. Based on google searches they appear to be (from left to right) triceratops, ankylosaurus, and Hadrosaur. The one on the left is about 3/4" as a reference. Any direction would be greatly appreciated.
  9. Came across this tooth labeled as an abelisaurus belonging to chinanisaurus barbaricus from the Maastrichtian supposedly found in the phosphate mines of the Ouled Abdoun basin. Looks pretty thick to be abelisaurus and comparable to an extent to some carcharodontosaurus teeth. Is there a way tell the difference or will there need to be more specifics involved.
  10. PetrosTrilobite

    Acheroraptor teeth

    It is easy to find Acheroraptor teeth in fossil e-shop?
  11. la peña fossil

    Dino teeth?

    any body know how to identify Dino saw teeth, I found some stones that are really hard and unusual colour and shape, are found where found alongside flint in a field in the UK, Oxfordshire. any insight would be appreciated arron
  12. PetrosTrilobite

    My new Carcharodontosaurid tooth

    This is my new carcharodontosaurid tooth from Morocco. The tooth is 1.94 inch.
  13. Hi, I was wondering if these teeth are real? I’m pretty sure they are real, just want to make sure.
  14. Hey, I was wondering if this tooth is real It’s 3 inches.
  15. Good afternoon! I'm new to the forum and was hoping you all could help me with framing advice. I wanted to get a very special gift for my little brother for his birthday (his twin passed away a few years ago so I always try to make it a super special day), so I purchased a trike "spitter" tooth online. It's 1 - 1/8" in size and I was thinking about purchasing a floating frame to display it but I'm stumped as to which size I should purchase. I'm including a photo of the type of frame I was interested in using and the tooth I purchased. Is this the best way to display the tooth an
  16. Dracorex_hogwartsia

    Wanted: Sauropod Teeth

    Hi All, I am looking for sauropod teeth. Madagascan teeth at the top of my list but am interested in all sauropods. I would be interested in Rabbachisaurus teeth but they would need to be in exceptional condition. I have a lot of teeth I would be willing to trade, too many to list. If you have something you would like to trade please let me know and what type of tooth you would be looking for in return. Thank you, Randy
  17. We have been working primarily on our shark program material but we did add a few new dinosaur fossils. For the most part they are pretty small in size but add quite a bit to the education we do. These represent some iconic and scientifically important dinosaurs. In addition to these small fossils, we added a 6" Trike frill piece from HC, a smaller piece of a Horseshoe Canyon Ceratopsian frill, and a 2.5" Hadro vert from that formation. These are excellent touch fossils so I am happy ! The small fossils are..... Dromaeosaurus sp. Judith River. I big thank you tha
  18. I have this evening and tomorrow to get up a bit more of the dinosaur collection before it is back to sharks. We have programs starting soon so my focus will be well away from dinos for a few months probably. Prepare to be underwhelmed lol I thought we would be heavy on the Moroccan dinosaurs because they are so abundant. Surprisingly, we are pretty light on African dinosaurs. I found a path to getting us deeper into North American animals. It is a bonus that an area we will need to fill is the most abundant and affordable. The dinosaur program will have a different scientific concept behind t
  19. AJ Plai

    Dino Teeth & Claws Collection

    From the album: Dinosaur Fossils collection

    Assorted collection of dinosaur teeth and claws from North America (upper shelf) & Morocco (lower shelf)
  20. fossilsonwheels

    Kem Kem Sauropod tooth- Diplodocid indet ?

    Both of the Kem Kem sauropod teeth I have are Titanosaurid teeth so I am looking for a Diplodocid tooth. While checking out the auction site that shall not be named, I saw this tooth. It looked quite a bit different than the teeth I have and quite a bit different than the other teeth on the auction site. It has a very peg like shape to it and lacks the tip does not have that wear pattern I have seen on the Titanosaur teeth. I could be wrong but the enamel looks different too. My initial thought is that this is a tooth from the Diplodocid indet present in the Kem Kem. These are the only pi
  21. Back in November of last year, my son and I decided to start our own education non-profit. We wanted to combine his artwork, my teaching skills, and real fossils to create a museum on wheels that takes fun field trips to the classrooms. We had shark teeth and marine mammal fossils so we started building education programs around those. I am very satisfied where those two programs are at though I would love to expand the number of shark species we can present but that is a story for a different day. We knew we would need to get a dinosaur program going at some point but I know nothi
  22. Having bought fossils for years, I noticed that fossils are photographed or measured in a way that might exaggerate their sizes. Such methods include: 1 - Pinching their fingers or creasing their palms to create a small rise for the fossil 2 - Zooming in specifically on the fossil (Good to show details, but not good for size judging) 3 - Using a small hand, e.g. a child or woman's hand 4 - Giving a "by the curve" measurement instead of the straight line. E.g. a 4-incher tooth is in fact 3-inch if measured on the straight line As an ex
  23. Looks like we have a number of new members who are interested in Dinosaur teeth so I thought this topic might be good for them and serves as a reminder for more experienced collectors. Let me start off the discussion by saying that identifying isolated dinosaur teeth is a challenge even for more experience collectors, so its not a trivial task. There is no one cookbook that has all the answers, just a number of technical papers and articles that provide some information on different localities or species. Many of teeth that are sold online carry identifications that dealers have
  24. Hi all hope your all well. If anyone is willing to trade any rare dino teeth then please message me on here or pm me if preferred. Thank you Liam
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