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  1. Jim Kovalchick

    Horse hoof?

    Here are pictures of a bone fossil found by my wife at Myrtle Beach. It reminds me of horse fossils I have seen, but not exactly. Can anyone please help id?
  2. Brian2828

    Myrtle Beach hunting

    I will be on vacation later this month with family in Myrtle Beach. I would appreciate any advice for fossil hunting with kids in the area. Is it worthwhile to simply walk the beach at low tide? Are there better areas to go? I'm not looking for anyone's secret spots, but some general advice regarding where and how would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  3. I am visiting myrtle beach soon, cherry grove area, and was wondering if there were any really good strategies for finding shark teeth. I have been to holden beach, a little ways north, and found 75 shark teeth in a week by mostly looking in shell beds, however, I found my two largest teeth, two great whites, in a tide pool. Is there a really good location for tooth hunting at cherry grove? also, is there any one spot at the beach where there are the most shark teeth.
  4. ParkExplorer

    Shark Teeth ID

    Hi all, Just finished up a vacation in North Myrtle Beach, SC. Each of these three teeth were found in the ocean swash upon crushed up shells. Can anyone identify any of the three? The last one (I did post in a separate thread, but figured I include it again) is just the tip (which looks pretty large to me as it’s almost as big as a dime - attached multiple photos). Really can’t determine what this might be? Looks very old and worn.
  5. ParkExplorer

    What type of shark?

    Can anyone ID this fossilized partial shark tooth for me? It was found in Myrtle Beach, SC. I’m usually pretty good at identifying them; however, this is just the tip as the rest of the tooth and the root is gone. The serrated edges (if any) look really worn out too - so this thing is old! Looks like it would’ve been a decent size too. I took a photo from above too as the tooth also looks thick.
  6. Jim Kovalchick

    Help needed on possible skull fragment

    My wife found this chunk of bone at Myrtle Beach, SC yesterday evening. I think it is a skull fragment. Can anyone confirm or deny and maybe identify a species? Thanks The photos are from both sides of the bone. #1,4,&5 are what I'm calling interior.
  7. kjones21

    Help with suspected carpal bone

    Would greatly appreciate if anyone has thoughts on this bone found on the beach in Myrtle Beach. It is triangular, laterally compressed, and has a concave articulating surface on the long edge. I’m thinking some type of carpal bone? Turtle or dolphin, maybe. Thanks in advance!
  8. Jim Kovalchick

    Possible gomphothere tooth fragment

    I found this partial tooth at Myrtle Beach today. I think worn gomphothere, but having never handled one I'm not sure.
  9. ShawnP0812

    Crab Claw?

    I found this in Little River, South Carolina. I'm trying to decide if it's just a very odd corner of a shell or if it's a crab claw or something else entirely. I've found similar looking crab claws in the past but this just looks different. Doesn't look like it has layering like a shell usually has. It's hollow inside and it's about an inch long. Phone camera isnt that great. Took the best pics I could get.
  10. Chris Anderson

    Giant ground sloth tooth fragment

    Found this piece on North Myrtle Beach. I am almost certain it is a giant ground sloth tooth fragment from what I seen. The front and black has the jet black enamel of a tooth and is layered. I've never found a sloth tooth before so I would like to be sure that is what it is. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  11. Found this on Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Made me think possibly of a whale ear? But it really doesn’t look like the same material as other fossils I find here so maybe just a rock. But had to ask because it has some unique features....
  12. Chris Anderson

    Puffer fish mouth plates

    Here are some puffer fish mouth plates me and my wife found today on Myrtle Beach.
  13. Chris Anderson

    Body armour?

    Here is yet another fossil me and my wife found today in North Myrtle Beach. It looks possibly like some type of body armour maybe off a armadillo but we are not sure. Please help us identify this fossil.
  14. Chris Anderson

    Tooth embedded in stone

    Here is a fossil sand tiger tooth my wife found in this sedimentary stone on Myrtle Beach.
  15. Chris Anderson

    Bivalves

    Here is a nice pair of bivalves (sterkin) fossils. Me and my wife found, they were found in Myrtle Beach in the shell patches. The one on the right has a nice coral growth on it.
  16. Chris Anderson

    Myrtle Beach turtle shell fragment

    Here is another turtle shell fragment found on the beach today at low tide.
  17. Chris Anderson

    Tiger shark tooth

    Here is a nice tiger shark tooth my wife found today, a small portion of the right side is missing.
  18. Chris Anderson

    Alligator or crocidle tooth?

    Me and my wifewere walking North Myrtle Beach today and found this with a bunch of sharks teeth and other fossils. It looks like either a alligator or crocidle tooth to me. I can't seem to get a good inside picture of it where it is broken. There is no shiny black enamel on it. Can anyone please help identify it?
  19. AmazoniteJosh

    Whale Bone? From Myrtle Beach

    I have another mystery fossil. We found this a few weeks ago at Myrtle Beach. I looks like some kind of fossilized bone, but I'm such a newbie, if it's not a sharks tooth, croc tooth, ray plate or barb I'm at a loss at what I'm looking at. It looks like it might be a part of a whale vertebrae, but that's just a guess. Any help would be appreciated. the last shot is the best of the other fossils we found. It was pretty slim pickings! Thanks
  20. Jim Kovalchick

    I think this is a mammoth fragment

    I found this at Myrtle Beach. It looks to me like a worn mammoth tooth fragment, but I'm interested in opinions of others. The rock is very dense, and where it is chipped it has strips of varying light and dark colors. It is a little larger than a baseball. I assume that much of the wear is from rolling in the surf. I will post other views in replies. Thanks, Jim Kovalchick
  21. Jim Kovalchick

    ID help needed...please

    I found this chunky fossil this morning at Myrtle Beach. I would love to think its mammal associated, but I'm not sure it's not just a mollusk fossil. I may learn more by cleaning the crusty ocean stuff off.. I don't think it's a cast based on the grain in the broken cross section. Any help would be appreciated.
  22. Beach collector

    Shark teeth found in South Carolina

    Can someone help me identify these 3 shark teeth
  23. This was found on the sand in Myrtle beach South Carolina. Looks like a small vertebrae possibly or a fish skull element, it’s about the size of a dime. Thanks for looking.
  24. jscase3

    Help Identifying a Fossil

    I need help identifying this fossil I found in Myrtle Beach, SC. It was located on the beach.
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