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  1. Lactaniac

    Found in South Dakota - Tooth?

    Recently found this on a buddy’s ranch in South Dakota. Approx 1 3/4” long. Any ideas??
  2. fossilhunter21

    Fossil tooth ID

    The other day I found this fossil and I am really wondering what it is, It is about half an inch long. If you need better pictures I may be able to post some more.
  3. Hi TFF, Would like for your advice on this spino tooth I saw online. Ive been looking at some of your old threads on how spino teeth have famously been repaired or restored. Ive been, in a way, sort of been able to detect whether they have been fixed up. this one however is labelled 100% natural and messaged the seller, he also confirmed nothing has been done on the tooth and its condition is how it was found straight from the ground. Size is 4 inches so quite nice and wanted to double check as most of his listings of this size have been also labelled repaired or restored. price i
  4. FossilizedJello

    Odontocete or squalodon?

    Looking to purchase the tooth, seller has it listed as odontocete but I believe it is squalodon. If it is squalo I will definetly be buying immediately. Also figured that it would be a good thumbnail when people search squalodon on the forum as you dont see them very often. Thanks all
  5. Heres a fun thread for those to show off their widest and fattest looking megalodon teeth fossils in thier collections. I'll set the tone with the widest fat boy in my collection, I don't have digital calipers but it measure roughly 5.4 inches wide by 6.1 inches long. When I close my hand together it looks even more monstrous. Share yours and join the wide boyclub Got the idea while thinking about what the widest megalodon tooth ever found measures, if anyone does know do share in this thread!
  6. Want to know if this is real and if it's real is it a Deinotherium tooth and if so is it worth getting or could I find better? The information given: - From upper Miocene age (Sarmatian) ca: 11-13 million years old Deinotherium (ancient elephant with tooth like hoe) Prodeinotherium bavaricum upper left M2 (penultimate) molar. The tooth was found near Gornji Vakuf in Bosnia. Size ca: 74 mm x 74 mm x 75 mm. Weight: 408 gram + packing. The root of the tooth was mouldered, the remained part was impregnated with glue. The part of the enamel in some places is partial.
  7. 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.
  8. DeepTime

    Tooth, North Sulfur River

    I'm a rookie. This is my first post. I've been out on two "expeditions" and made some interesting finds. North East Texas, Fannin County, Eagle Ford Group, Ozan Formation, North Sulfur River Bed. It appears to be a fossil tooth. Please help identify. Thanks!
  9. Wayt Gibbs

    19cm long tooth?

    I inherited my grandfather's modest fossil collection, and in it was this 8 cm wide by 19cm long fossil that I need help identifying. It is pointed at one end, has external ridges and an internal hollow at the other--features that look tooth-like to me, but I'm a newbie at this. Unfortunately I have no information on location of discovery or likely age. My hope is that fossils like this are common enough that one of the more educated and experienced here will recognize it right away. I'd be grateful even for best guesses that help me direct further research.
  10. PrehistoricWonders

    Unidentified molar

    Hi, I was wondering if you could identify this for me and if it’s a fossil? found on the Peace River.
  11. Receiving this gorgeous but mysterious specimen is from Upper Pennsylvanian limestone dated around 290-300 million years ago from somewhere around Kansas City. Looks like a tooth to me and my best guess would be orodus? But I have little experience with Pennsylvanian shark teeth in general and especially from this area, also cannot find a comparison elsewhere online. Any help will be appreciated.
  12. jballard

    Who does this tooth belong to?

    Can anyone help me id this tooth. It was found on the beach in Sicily. Thanks!
  13. BlueFire0044

    Feeding damage?

    Hello! Is this feeding damage? Also do you see any restoration work signs or anything that wouldnt make it 100% authentic?
  14. Found this tooth in Ramanessin in Holmdel, NJ. It is about 1.4" long, and it is missing about 1/4 of the top. There are striations along the entire length on all sides, and the top of the tooth has a very faint slightly raised line, but not to the extent of the Mosasaur teeth that I've found previously, so I'm leaning towards it being a Crocodile tooth, or possibly some other species. I figured I would ask for some opinions, since I am far from an expert. Thanks in advance for any input.
  15. Matt646646

    Shark Tooth

    So, I bought this shark tooth, but I don't even know if it is a fossil (the guy who I bought it from said it was a fossil, but idk if I can trust his words). Can someone help me identify if it is a fossil and from which type of shark it is?
  16. Hey Everyone, very cool forum. I've been fascinated with fossils since I was a boy and recently had the opportunity to take my family on a fossil expedition to a barrier island in the Cooper River in Charleston, SC. Could anyone help me identify this tooth? From browsing your site and others I'm thinking Croc or Mosasaur. Thanks!
  17. I noticed this on a online listing, and I’ve never seen anything like it before. It’s a T.rex tooth for sale, but it’s serrations are Y shaped on the front side. I was wondering if this is a type of a pathological tooth. I’ve noticed sellers listing misshaped shark teeth as pathological, and I wasn’t sure If the term applied here too or not. I was also wondering if it’s rare or not and if it only happens to T.rex teeth. Just something I noticed and though was out of the ordinary.
  18. I found this Dilophosaurus tooth for sale online and am suspicous of its authenticity. The problem is I don't know a lot (or anything) about dinosaur teeth and how one would go about spotting a cast. Any advice would be appreciated, thanks.
  19. I found this upper canine from a Smilodon for sale online. The number of surface imperfections lead me to believe the tooth is authentic though it could be a particularly well done cast. The seller has a couple other Smilodon fossils both of which seem legitimate. However the fossil is coming from China and I hear falsified fossils are very common in China. I would greatly appreciate another opinion thanks.
  20. 4grands

    Identify Shark Tooth?

    My grandson found this, what looks like a fossil shork tooth this weekend. Found in Puerto Penasco, Mexico it is
  21. nivek1969

    Spinosaurus gift

    I thought I would share this. A gift for my 6-year old nephew's birthday. An amazing Spinosaurus model/toy with working jaw, highly detailed, and an actual Spino fossil tooth, approx. 150 myo. I know if I were a 6 year old crazy about dinosaurs, which I was, and still am, would go berserk over this gift. I almost want to keep them for myself, haha. and Happy Mothers Day to all of the moms out there! KP
  22. Brett Breakin' Rocks

    Mammal tooth fragment .. Savannah River

    Hi There, Picked up this tooth fragment while sifting on the Savannah river. The sifter always seems to pull up cool stuff. First time in a long time that I brought out the heavier gear and my arms were dying by the end of the day. It looks too robust for a tapir tooth (?) and the chewing surfaces (what is left of them) feels off. I know the fauna is similar in the Florida Peace river. This would be Pliocene-Pleistocene @digit @Shellseeker does this strike your fancy right off as something recognizable. It may be too much of a fragment.
  23. Hi everyone and Merry Christmas! So yesterday I got a mosasaurus tooth from my brother. He bought it in Germany for few euros. I was shocked because i thought that things like that cost thousands euros! Is it possible that this tooth is real??? I'm really happy that I got it but I just can't believe it's real I'm sending you guys pictures of this tooth, please tell me what you think! And again, Merry Christmas everyone! (It's first time when I'm using forum so sorry if I did something wrong!!)
  24. I found this tooth at North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina last week and I have no idea what species to which it belongs. Any help would be appreciated in figuring out what it is. Thanks!
  25. Andrew Fredericks

    Mosasaurus hoffmani?

    So I found this in a stream in New Jersey. Fossil shark teeth are common, along with Mosasaurs teeth, although they are less common. Dinsosaur bones are a rare occurance in this location. I think it is a Mosasaur tooth fragment and it’s large size (probably over 2 inches if complete) would put it in the range of Mosasaurs hoffmani, a species that has been found in the area but is very rare. It could also be a bone of some sort and not a tooth at all. I was hoping someone with more knowledge on the subject could shed some light on this find.
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