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  1. bluegal9

    ID please

    Any ideas on what this is? Found in Jax by St. John’s River
  2. bluegal9

    Fossil ID please

    Any ideas on this fossil?
  3. bluegal9

    Fossil? ID request

    Found in Jacksonville Florida.
  4. Hi guys. I’m new to this forum. I have been hunting teeth for years and I am bored with finding small teeth. I have been searching the beaches and river, but am hoping someone would be kind enough to lead me in the right direction to finding a meg. I do desperately want to find one and I see people posting on FB that they find them all the time. Yay for them, boo for me. All I know is they are finding them on the St Johns, or so they say, but that’s a lot of area and being female, I don’t feel comfortable just venturing out all over alone trying to find out for myself where these spots may, or
  5. Fellow fossil hunters! I live in Jacksonville Beach, FL and have been collecting sharks teeth and shells on our local beaches for a decade. I have found some great teeth on the beach (mostly in the winter when the tourists have gone ) but have yet to find a megalodon tooth or even a fragment of one! My father had some beautiful meg teeth in his collection from when they would dredge for beach renourishment, St. Johns River projects, ect. So I know they are out there to find but I've never been lucky enough to come across one. Has anyone had any luck finding meg teeth
  6. Ccolvin968

    Snorkeling Jax Beach

    Hey all. After being discouraged the past few days looking for creeks nearby or rivers low enough I've decided to plan a beach hunt this weekend in Jacksonville. The plan is to snorkel along the shoreline and dig/sift where it looks promising. Just to get out a little further than the average person would want to look. Within the next week or two I also plan on making my way down to Venice Beach as well and do the same thing. If I did my math right I'll have about 5 solid hours of low tide hunting, more if I dont mind going a bit deeper. (Which
  7. Domino00

    Tooth or something else?

    Hello all, trying to help my daughter figure this one out. Found in silt in 5 feet of water around Fort George Island within the Timucuan Preserve in Jacksonville, Florida. Thank you
  8. Cthulhu2

    Coprolite? Jacksonville, Florida

    Found this along with dozens of other fossils while hunting in Jacksonville. Hard as a rock and has that indistinguishable feces look. Let me know what you guys think!
  9. aPlanas

    River Diving Northeast FL

    Hi everyone, I recently moved up to Fernandina Beach this fall. I've been having decent luck finding fossils along spoil piles on islands and beaches. But as an avid diver, I'd like to take it underwater this spring/summer. The only fossil diving I've done so far is out of Venice and some snorkeling in the rivers in Central Florida. I know that the current is ripping through the St. Mary's and St. John's and it is a blackwater dive, but I've heard of people diving them for meg teeth. I've got my boat and all my dive gear here waiting for the wa
  10. aPlanas

    Beach Finds around Jacksonville

    Hey everyone, First post on here. Tried to take some clear photos of a couple finds from today that I'm not certain of. Ruler is in inches. Looks like I may have to make additional comments to include other photos...
  11. marinematt18

    Fossilized Horse Tooth?

    hopefully the pics upload having some troubles. I believe I found a horse tooth, but I would like some confirmation. Thanks for your help.
  12. Found in October 2016 after Hurricane, mickler beach, jacksonville fl. 3/4"x3/4". Anymore detailed info?
  13. Any idea who this partial jaw bone belongs to?
  14. dsludden

    Tooth?

    I found this item at Onslow Beach in Jacksonville, NC however it wasn’t on the beach. It was found along the roadway approaching the ICW bridge located right before entering the beach strand. It has the shape of a tooth but that might be wishful thinking. Thank you in advance for your assistance.
  15. Hey guys! Any streams, creeks, or other locations you know of where I could hunt fossils in Jacksonville other than the beaches? Also is it possible to find Megalodon here?
  16. Find these guys all the time, yet I have no Idea who they belong to and what the are.
  17. I am more than certain this is ivory, but I always like sharing. What do you guys think? The schreger lines seem worn from the waves. I believe this is partial cementum and mainly dentine.
  18. marinematt18

    Jacksonville GW

    Found a great new beach along the St Johns this past weekend and when night came I knew I was leaving teeth there and had to go back asap. Unfortunately I am not a morning person and the tides this week were early morning or at night. I chose to a night search not knowing how hard it is to surface collect teeth with just a headlamp. Nevertheless in my few hours combing the beach I found over 60 mostly very little teeth, but found this awesome GW to my surprise. The root was sticking out of the sand and I did not think it was a tooth, but had to investigate and I am very glad I did. For sure my
  19. This bone appears to be stretching? I believe it's turtle, but help is always appreciated.
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