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  1. 12.6" Mosasaur Prognathodon Fossil, 2 lbs 6 ounces, 4.7 inches wide, 1.5 inches thick Location- Qued Zem, Morocco Seller doesn’t mention anything about repair or restoration so I’m not sure about that I’m wondering if it’s restored. Are the teeth original to the jaw? And are those bite marks
  2. Chelsie

    Shark Teeth from Post Oak Creek

    I’d like for my Post Oak Creek collection identified (specifically the shark teeth), but I can’t find much information online about the species of shark whose teeth are found here (Post Oak Creek in Sherman, Texas). When I HAVE come across general information about the creek and other peoples findings online, there aren’t any pictures of the teeth or nobody else knows exactly what they have. It’s also hard to tell if I’m grouping them correctly, so I apologize if I’m mixing some species together. The longer teeth have very similar characteristics, but greatly differ in size. And the only teeth that I HAVE been able to identify are the ptychodus teeth (not pictured), but only because they’re so unusual in appearance. Excuse the quality of the images. I don’t feel like setting up my camera right now, but I do plan on taking clearer images once I’ve correctly identified each specimen.
  3. Sergiorex

    Fossil jaw id

    Saw this fossilized jaw for sale and wondering what animal species it might be and if it’s real. It’s 7 inches long and I’m not sure where it was found.
  4. Hello! We came across these fossils during a family trip up to Sudbury when we noticed three white boulders in front of a gas station FILLED with a variety of fossils (not sure if originally from Sudbury or not). Anyways most were rather recognizable but these ones were a little different to us: Thanks in advance! Also I'm not too sure what kind of rock this might be (I'm guessing limestone to start), if someone knows I would be interested! -Em
  5. Hello fellow humans so, my friend has asked me to try to identify her late husbands collection and i am trying to do my research online about identification, and forgeries etc.. As he had a huge collection of books, taxidermy insects and these fossils, i am hoping that he would have purchased with scrutiny.. but who knows.. anyhow, im trying to identify these.. im not so aware of the different types of tribolites and if any are more rare than others.. also with the keichousaurus if tis real or not.. it seems to me like the digits may have been highlighted with paint, or maybe i have a bad eye, but i know thats a sign of forgery... but have also seen repots of genuine that have been touched up so to speak.... i haven't cleaned, scratched or changed anything since i got them.. i understand that it may be a lot of effort to help me out, besides being someones passion i have created a google photo album of all of the photos https://photos.app.goo.gl/yTbjFyGpTmr8BNix6 many thanks Daithi Dublin, Ireland
  6. Tom1231

    Is this a fossil?

    Is this a fossil or just a rock it just looks odd to me but I have no experience with fossils so I'm not sure it's probably just a rock
  7. I am new to this so excuse my lack of terminology. I am looking for help identifying what this is. I picked it up next to a excavation sight that I have pulled hundreds of bones from. I have also found many primitive stone tools in the same location. I found what appeared to be a primitive tool. Upon closer examination I have discovered the top half covered in a leather like impression. I am not certain that this is a tool, or a bone but I am under the assumption that this is a impression of skin on this object. Any information will be helpful. I will be posting pictures of the amazing bones I have collected in hopes of identifying what dinosaur I have. This was collected in the north Saskatchewan river, just off of the shore.
  8. Jeffgudgel

    help with fossil id

    can i get some help with id of these fossils i found in my back yard
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