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  1. Hi everyone! I recently got some Florida Pleistocene fossils and I'm having some trouble identifying them. I think the first is a wolf molar and the third is either a turtle or alligator claw but beyond that I'm stumped. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Better pieces of my Woolly Rhino and Mammoth teeth/molar Biggest mammoth tooth is around 11/12 lbs Biggest rhino tooth is around 4,5 inch
  3. This would be my first Mammoth Molar I'm preparing again in 10 years. My first one was a 10lb Mammoth molar. This one is quite small of course since it's from a calf. It has been laying in right water for 1,5 months and at the moment I'm glueing the last 4 pieces since it's precision work with this small piece. I'm really glad I picked up on this one (Found in Maasvlakte, Netherlands). I found it in pretty poor condition you guys can see in the pictures. But I have never seen this molar, so I'm amazed anyways! I will show you guys the full picture when it is all done!
  4. NatalieP

    Molar ID Please

    Hey there! My daughter found this broken Molar and we are looking for an ID please. I have a couple ideas but I'm not 100%. She found it in the Peace river. Thank you so much received_346860370331641.mp4
  5. I am considering buying this stegodon jaw section. I am looking for a good one for quiet some time now. Came across this one, has one little repair (marked) but i don't know about the rest
  6. M Harvey

    Rhino tooth

    This tooth is from the White River formation. I am sorting my collection and want to confirm my best guess. If possible, I would like to know the species.
  7. Samurai

    Coral or Mastodon Molar?

    Hello! one of my coworkers brought in this fossil since they knew I was interested in that sorta thing and when I first saw it my mind went to coral but they said it was from California and was told it was a Mammoth molar, so I had to change my theory. While I know it is not a Mammoth molar it definitely has a tooth like structure, and in my opinion, could look like a heavily worn down Mastodon molar but I wanted someone who is an expert in this field/ knows more information than me to help with the identification. I didn't get to measure it exactly b
  8. kevindl30

    Large Molar Tooth

    Out walking near Denver CO today and stumbled across what looks to be a large tooth. Can anyone help me understand what it might have come from?
  9. This is a tooth fragment I'm thinking of buying, and it's advertised as gomphothere. But it also looks mastodon to me. Thoughts?
  10. Japanda

    Tooth identification

    Would love some help identifying this tooth. Found at a local riverside park near Castle Rock Washington. Thanks so much!
  11. patrickhudson

    Two medicine molar

    Found this little guy in the two medicine formation of north central Montana. What animal has very similar molars to humans? It looks like a lower molar - or is it a concretion molar? Ideas? Thanks for any info.
  12. This is a Florida beach fossil from near Fort Pierce. The cap is about 13/16 inches long. Thanks for your help.
  13. Pleuromya

    Possible mammoth tooth fragment?

    Hi, I found these a few months ago at Happisburgh. I'm hoping the black orange bit is a mammoth tooth fragment. I also found this grey rock, I've tried to look online but can't find anything similar looking to work out what it is. Many thanks.
  14. Fossil "D"

    Unerupted dugong molar???

    This is my first post and thank you for your time. My wife found this yesterday in the hawthorn formation and we thought it might be a unerupted dugong molar. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have multiple pictures to post but it will only let me post two so the size of the tooth at its widest point is 0.84".
  15. Ancient Bones

    Mammal tooth for ID

    Is this molar found in Peace River gravel matrix from a raccoon? After looking at a lot of pictures, it looks like a lower tooth, an m-2. Is this correct? @Harry Pristis Thanks for looking.
  16. stellabear

    Green Mill Run

    Hi all. I found this in green mill run in Greenville NC. I don't know what it is but since it has the same enamel look of a tooth I kept it. I hope there is enough of it there for someone to have an idea of what it is! In inches it is about 1.25 and centimeters 3.175. Thank you very much!!
  17. Hi, not too long ago I went to East Runton and Happisburgh in the hopes of finding some fossils, whilst the best time to go is winter, I was happy going in Summer. Apparently, fragmentary Mammoth molars are found commonly at Happisburgh during winter months. I found possibly two bits of mammal bones, possible fossils shells (one was in the clay cliff) and an orange belemnite. Is it possible to identify the bits of bone, or are they too small? Possible fossil shells Possible bits of bone. The top bit split when I picked it up, unfortunately the split bit then split, so
  18. Max-fossils

    Santa Fe tooth

    Hey guys, Around 2.5 years ago I found this tooth in the Santa Fe River in Florida, which is Pleistocene. I previously IDed it as a bison premolar (Bison antiquus), but looking back I am now less convinced by that ID. The chewing surface seems off, and seen from the top it seems a little too 'rectangular'. Due to its relatively small size, if it is indeed bison, could it possibly be a juvenile (hence explaining why it looks a bit different from normal bison teeth)? What do you guys think? I can provide more angles if necessary. Thanks in advance, Max
  19. HenryU

    What is this?

    My son found this while on Boy Scout canoe trip on the Buffalo River in Newton Co., Arkansas. (6-2-20) Found in a river bed. Some type of molar tooth?
  20. Florida Man

    Another strange large molar

    I almost didn’t realize this was a tooth until I polished it with a magic eraser because the algae was so think. I found it in Florida. Any thoughts?
  21. HOLDER2316

    Who's mouth do I belong in?

    My dad collection of Indian artifacts Crystal's and all kinds of other things was passed to me when he passed. And there was this tooth I been tryin to find out what animal it belongs to and I was lead to this site. I know it's a molar and by what Google says it's a mammals. Can someone help me find what mammal it is?
  22. Shellseeker

    Mis_identified Small Molar

    Most times when hunting, I find fossils that I know, and very few unknowns. In rare instances, I am finding multiple fossils that I do not recognize immediately. I usually pay far more attention to the far more stunning fossils, and ignore those I "think" I know or those that are just "odd". I mis_identified this 1st entry as a juvenile tapir tooth. Here is an opportunity to ID this fossil before @Harry Pristis sees this post. Harry has a gallery photo that highlights this 14-15 mm Florida Fossil. I wanted to point out how easy it is, even for the experienced fossil hunter to ge
  23. Hello everybody, So, a friend of mine gifted me a mammoth molar he's had for sometime now (he's not into fossils, got it himself from somebody else). The molar was found a long time ago, is as it was found (not stabilized), and in 3 pieces. 2 of them fit nicely together, one seems to be missing some smaller bits but could still go glued together. The molar itself is pretty stable, while there are occasional exterior pieces falling it is not a very fast degradation, but still, i would like to stabilize it. Somebody gave me a quick hint that i could use epoxy to glue the pieces toget
  24. Found a tooth walking along the gravel/sandbars of a creek in central Iowa (Des Moines lobe) and came across the tooth on the right. I was surprised to find both these jaws about 1,000 ft apart and a mile downstream. I assumed they were the source, but looks like the loose tooth may be an upper (it's larger) and both these jaws seem to be full. The teeth don't seem to match up symmetrically either, making me think it might be different individuals. Modern and ancient bison remains are pretty commonly found here (the former being extirpated ~100 years ago), but I figure cows are just common eno
  25. Still_human

    Cetus(pappo?) top view

    From the album: Marine reptiles and mammals

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