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  1. Hello, I saw this Spinosaurus tooth on auction today and wondered If there are any signs of repairs on it that might end my decision buying it, if I wont find anything at the Hamburg fossil and mineral convention on Saturday. I quite like this tooth, its big, chunky, got some nice colours, and I love the overall look of it. Its not perfect, there are some small, not glued or repaired cracks that appear to have formed during the fossil forming procces. Sice : 11,2 cm Formation : Kemkem beds, morocco @Phos_01, @North, @FB003, @jpc, @JorisVV
  2. Hello, I saw this weird looking moroccan Pterosaur claw on auction today and wondered how much of it is real or not. It looks like if there was something done, but I dont know what or how much. Any help is appreciated !
  3. Hello, I saw this rooted moroccan Spinosaurus tooth with root on auction today and wondered how much of it is real. It appears like its real, but was glued back together multiple times pretty badly. Should I avoid it ?
  4. Hello, I saw this Spinosaurus tooth on auction today and wondered If the root on it is real, fake, or composite. Looks definetly weird, if there was a big area filled with plaster or something like that. But like if there was also some pieces of real bone used in it. Avoid, or not avoid, thats the question here...
  5. tonno.tethys

    Moroccan teeth and bones ?

    Hello everyone ! I hope you're doing well ! first of all I apologize for my English I have to use a translator. Here I found an old box containing fossils from Kem Kem, in a flea market. There are a lot of spinosaur, crocodile and onchopristis teeth but there are a few pieces where I have a little doubt. Could you help me ?
  6. I recently bought a Spinosaurus tooth from a fossil shop on the Rocky Moutains. I noticed this little ridge on both sides of the tooth. I looked at some pictures on the internet and im inclined to beileve that its from the premaxilla. Supposedly the teeth from the premaxilla are pointed with sharp edges on both sides. Could this tooth be one of those? Note that there is feeding wear on the tooth.
  7. Fossilcollector88

    Box with KemKem fossils?

    Hello all, I’ve heard of seller buying boxes of fossils from the Kem Kem formation to resell it. I think it would be fun to get a box and determine it myself but these sellers charge steep prices after cherry picking everything interesting out. i tried to contact Ihmadi trilobites center nearby there through TripAdvisor but didnt get a reply. Prefferably, I would like to get it straight from the diggers, but other means are okay too. anybody know someone reliable for this?
  8. Hello to everybody! I'm kinda new here, but before I start I must say I really love this forum! It has really great vibes and you instantly can tell that this is a good and friendly community! So, I am ziggycardon, I live in Belgium, close to the border of the Netherlands and when we start speaking geologically, I live on the same cretaceous sediments as where the first major Mosasaurus discoveries where done! Unfortunatly I have never been on a fossil hunt myself and everything currently in my collection was bought or given to me. But I hope to change that soon, as I am dying to go hunting myself. Maybe the Chalk sediments 3 km from my home would be a good place to start! For the rest, my job, my major hobby and my other main interest besides fossils are living animals. I currently work as the head of terrarium & aquarium in 3 different pet stores and I have quite a collection of reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates and tropic fish myself. In my spare time I often take my own living animals along with my fossils and other educational natural history material to schools so I can teach kids about nature and it's history and hidden mechanics. For the rest are my other hobbies mainly based around movies and televisions as I collect a lot of stuff drom my favorite franchises like "Lord or the Rings" & "The Hobbit", "Game of Thrones, "Pirates of the Caribbean", ... And I also attent a lot of comic cons and other events related to those franchises. But then this topic! In this topic I will show my collection of fossils (and also minerals, stones and meteorites) as it is right now and then I will highlight each group of fossils bit by bit. I am currently starting with a own specialized fossil room, so ofcourse the progress and end result will also be posted here! And ofcourse when something get's added to my collection, I'll show it here as well. Sometimes a photo of my "special" pets or taxidermy specimens might pop up, but this topic will mainly be about the fossil room and my fossil collection. For the rest, if you have any comments or questions about the collection or about me or about anything, feel free to ask! I'd love to reply!
  9. i’m generally pretty good with identifying dinosaur teeth but i cannot find anything that matches this tooth, it’s roughly 2.5cm long found in kem kem morocco. if anyone can help pin it down to the species that would be great help. thanks
  10. Hello, I saw this Spinosaurus tooth on auction today and wondered If its real or fake. I love the clean root on it and the sice, but im not sure about the tip tho. Looks "painted" and if it was broken off once and reglued back later. Whats your overall opinion on this tooth ? Sice 11 cm It was found in the Kemkem beds, morocco. @Phos_01, @FB003, and @North
  11. Hello, I saw this Carcharodontosaurus jaw on auction today and wondered If its real or fake. Carch jaws seem to be incredibly rare on the market, so I think that many of the ones you see are fake. But this one looks genuine to me. Can someone maybe identify, if its lower or upper jaw? It was found in the Kemkem beds, morocco. Thanks !
  12. Brevicollis

    Spinosaurus tooth ?

    Hello, I saw this "Spinosaurus" tooth from morocco for sale a couple of weeks ago, and im really interested in buying it. I have never seen so clearly visible and big serrations on Spinosaurus teeth, thats why I wondered if its really one. Sice, 5 cm It was found in the Kemkem beds, morocco. (Edit : while I was writing this, the tooth got sold Looks like if I wont get it for my collection)
  13. Some of the nicer fossils from Morocco that I own. Let's start! - Set of nice spinosaurus teeth. Found in the same tunnel and layer. Only some meters away from eachother. 11 and 10.8 centimeter KemKem group, Morocco - Hainosaurus Boubker jaw pieces (dentary + snout) associated from an adult specimen. Really rare. Sidi Chennane, Oued Zem Morocco - Huge 10.6 centimeter carcharodontosaur crown with neat orane/brown like colors. KemKem group, Morocco - Set of 35 associated Otodus Obliquus teeth. Biggest one measures 8CM. Took a while to find one. El Khourigba, Morocco
  14. Brevicollis

    Unidentified jaw from morocco

    Hello, i saw this unidentified reptile jaw from morocco online today. Does anyone know to what it once belonged ? The tooth socket is oval, and the jaw seems to have had a little lip which now had eroded away. So Spinosaurus maybe ?
  15. Hello, I saw this Spinosaurus jaw for sale today and wondered If its real or fake. It appears to be glued or a bit reconstructed and not very well preserved, but also looks a bit off to me (texture, shape) One small tooth is still in place, and suprisingly, it looks more genuine. But lets hear what you think about it. It was found in the Kemkem beds, morocco.
  16. Brevicollis

    Spinosaurus bone

    Hello, i saw this Spinosaurus bone for sale today and wondered which bone it is, if its still identifyable. It kinda reminds me of a big vertebra fragment tho. It was found in the Kemkem beds, morocco. @Phos_01, because i know you as one of the Spino experts, migth you know the correct bone position and name ?
  17. Brevicollis

    Possible Dromeosaur tooth from morocco

    Hello, i saw this Dinosaur tooth from morocco for sale today and wondered how high the possibilitys for it beeing a Dromeosaur tooth are. It does not look very Carch or Abeli like to me, which is a good sign i guess ? Migth be Noasaurid maybe ? I dont know, but maybe you ! (Sadly this is the only picture of it) I have made a topic on a similar one once too, heres the link to it to compare them. https://www.thefossilforum.com/topic/140729-moroccan-dromeosaur-tooth/#comment-1484146
  18. Fossilcollector88

    Raptor claw? Or croc?

    Hello, Found an online sale of an indet. Raptor claw, see the link below. edit: it is something that somebody else has for sale and I decided not to purchase it. Found it unfair to have it listed here as potential fake without any clear answer. Therefore I deleted the photo’s, best answer is a link to similar fossils, so thats the informative value of this post.
  19. svcgoat

    Carch Tooth?

    This came with a much larger Carch tooth that I purchased. It is also labeled Carchdontosaurus, however I'm not sure that's correct.
  20. Hello, i saw this fully rooted Spinosaurus tooth for sale today. The root seems kinda original, but there are some suspicious areas in it. But they do not cover completly around the tooth. Maybe some bad crack filling was done, what happend also visible on this tooth ? Let me know what you think about it !
  21. Hello, i saw this Carcharodontosaurus tooth for sale today, and wondered If the root is real and belongs to It. I dont see anything wrong on it, but maybe you guys see something ive overlooked. Thanks !
  22. Brevicollis

    Moroccan "Dromeosaur" tooth ?

    Hello, i saw this already sold theropod tooth today, which was listed as "possible Dromeosaur tooth from morocco". Was it really one ? Or just another Abeli, Carch, or Noasaur tooth ? And If someone can still find the artikle about how scientists used AI to filter all morrocan theropod teeth to find possible Deltadromeus teeth, migth Link it here in the replies ? Well, lets see what you think this tooth belonged to.
  23. Brevicollis

    Spinosaurus premaxillary tooth ?

    Hello, i saw this weird Spino tooth for sale today, and started wondering, If thats a premax tooth, if Spino had any... Is it one, or how rare is it ? Sice : around 4 cm Found in : Kemkem beds, morocco
  24. Hey guys, just found this spinosaurus foot claw for sale. It seems good to me but I really don’t know much about claws. May I have your opinions on this one? Thanks a lot!
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