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  1. Hello there. I'm new to fossil collecting and just wanted some help with identifying if this is a real spinosaurus tooth or not. The seller advertised it as real and claims it comes from Morocco. I was recommended this seller, and they've got good reviews, but I think I'm just a bit paranoid after reading a lot of stories about fake fossils. Unfortunately I can't remove it from it's case so I can't show off all the angles. Any help is much appreciated. I'm also new to this site, so if I'm doing this wrong, I apologise!
  2. Hi! I would like to buy this Keichosaurus, can anyone tell me if this is real? thank you!
  3. Assert for bugging everyone with a topic like this, but are these dinosaur eggshells real? I know some of the photos are extremely blurry but it’s the only ones I have and the seller hasn’t got back to me yet for extra photos.
  4. Hi everyone! I recently got this Paratodus Benedini tooth from South Carolina. It appears to be around 2'4 inch big and my question is it 100% real? I do want to know if this one is genuine before actually doing it of course. Thank you for the comments in advance!
  5. Hey all, its been a while since ive been around but fossil season is finally here in NJ! I recently sold someone a chunk of Dactylioceras ammonites from Germany. Its not the best piece but I thought he got it for a good deal and they are harder and harder to find. Now he sent me a message saying he does not believe it is a fossil. So I hope I am okay for posting this here. One of his concerns is the little residue in some places but I believe it was slightly used to preserve better in some spots. Thought it would be decent to post this here.
  6. Hi, my brother got me a Megalodon tooth for me birthday. He said he bought it from a seller here in the netherlands. It supposed to be from S. Carolina We both are asking us ourselves if it's legit or not?
  7. Hi guys . I got this as a gift. Can anyone id this trilobite en tell me whats the restauration on this. It looks like its missing a piece .the 2pieces fit good together . The trilobite is about 16.5cm large Thanks
  8. CBchiefski

    Advanced Dinosaur Egg Guide

    The Advanced Dinosaur Egg Guide Please share this with those who have egg questions. When possible, technical terms were avoided or defined. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, but it is always important to do your own research. This guide is merely a snapshot of information taken from many scientific publications. I am not an expert on eggs, rather I just love sharing what little I have learned over the years, what science has learned over the years. For an overview on how to spot a fossilized dinosaur egg and the sizes of eggs, see the basic guide:
  9. Hello, my girlfriend bought 2 fish fossiles. I am not sure if they are fake or not. [links removed] Do those look genuine to you? To mee they look kinda painted. best regards
  10. It's propably real and it has 10-15% repair. I don't know which species it belongs to (maybe Deinonychus or Dromaeosaur). What do you think?
  11. Hi TFF, Would like for your advice on this spino tooth I saw online. Ive been looking at some of your old threads on how spino teeth have famously been repaired or restored. Ive been, in a way, sort of been able to detect whether they have been fixed up. this one however is labelled 100% natural and messaged the seller, he also confirmed nothing has been done on the tooth and its condition is how it was found straight from the ground. Size is 4 inches so quite nice and wanted to double check as most of his listings of this size have been also labelled repaired or restored. price i
  12. Hello does this looks good or bad. I know these are not rare but good quality is pretty hard to find. So i hope this is real deal Thanks
  13. Kutembea

    Poebrotherium or not?

    Hey hey, all fossil enthusiasts! I found these pictures of a fossil, and got curious about what kind of mammal it is. Have read about ancient camels recently and maybe thought that it is maybe a Poebrotherium skull? I don't have to much knowledge about these kinds of fossils. But would like to get some tips about how to identify these kinds of camel fossils. And maybe also how to tell the fake ones from the real ones. Since I like that kind of "investigation". //Kutembea
  14. Hello to everyone, I bought this small spinosaurus tooth some days ago and I'm now wondering if it's real or not. The seller told me that it's non reconstructed but after seeing some stuff on this forum I'm not too sure to trust him. It comes from Kem Kem. Thanks to everyone!
  15. Need help for this claw . Its not the biggest 9 cm Hoping its the real deal and is this from a spinosaurus ? Found in the Kem Kem Beds, Taouz Marokko
  16. I just got a spinosaurus tooth by my girlfriends dad for christmas and i have a few Questions: 1. Is it real or how much of it is fixed up with some kind of matrix? 2. What is that bright white part glimpsing between the sand? 3. Should i try to free the tooth from the dark/sandy part, to reveal his real beauty? 4. If yes, how? Thank you for your time!
  17. I recently purchased this piece from a fossil dealer. It has a complete head shield of Americaspis americana and two partial head shields. Based on the information I could gather, my guess is that it was originally part of an old collection; however, since the piece had been with the dealer for a long time, they could not confirm how they acquired it. The information card I received with the fossil states that it is from the Wills Creek Formation in Perry County, Pennsylvania. I understand that to be the location of the now-closed site where you could find head shields of Americaspis americana
  18. Jmgorces

    Shark tooth from childhood

    Hi! was wondering if someone could take a look at this tooth a friend sent me. She said she got it as a kid about 20 years ago from a science/geology store in our local mall. She would like to know if it is real, and if so what kid of tooth is it. Thanks for your help! You guys are the best
  19. Hi My son has recently been given this ‘fossil’ by a relative. They bought it about 20 years or so ago from an antique shop in Hong Kong. They were sold it as a hadrosaur egg but we have no idea really if it is or not. I’m inclined to think not simply because I’m always suspicious
  20. heZZ

    T. rex tooth

    Can you spot this T. Rex tooth can't tell is there restoration or anything. Butte County South Dakota, USA Measures 4.06" long That's all
  21. Hi, i have found this really nice specimen in a shop i have trust in. The seller managed to keep prices very low because he buy directly from Who finds the fossils and i already bought some really nice fossils from his shop. I don't have any gastrolite and this seems legit to me. The seller says it has been found in an area rich of dinosaur fossils and that the stone is very different from other rocks in that area as far as surface polishing. I know the only method to be almost sure a Stone is a gastrolite is to find it in proximity of dinosaur bones. So i know you can't confirm if this is a g
  22. Can you see anything wrong with it?
  23. My main concern, is it composite? What can you tell from these pictures?
  24. I found this at a good price. It seems legitimate.
  25. Hi everyone! I saw these few mosasaur teeth online for pretty cheap and I'm wondering if they are real?
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