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  1. Good day everyone, Found a couple more shark teeth and was wondering what sharks they came from, any help identifying would be appreciated.
  2. Good day everyone, I found a couple of fossils today on a beach walk and was wondering what most of them were. I suspect the one shark tooth belongs to a prehistoric great white and the other a juvenile meg as the tooth is the thickest shark tooth I've ever picked up - unfortunately it is damaged. As for the rest I am absolutely clueless and would appreciate any help with identification. Thank you.
  3. Good day everyone, I am new to the site and fossil hunting - I found this tooth today and have been unable to confidently identify it. I thought it might be an extinct great white or mako? but as I said I am a beginner and would appreciate the advice of someone more versed in this area of expertise. Any help would be appreciated. (All pictures are same shark tooth - found Cape Town, South Africa) Thank you.
  4. RickCalif

    Carcharocles chubutensis

    From the album: Shark teeth

    Predecessor to the Megdolon lived during Oligocene, Miocene, and Pliocene.
  5. I found this on the beach in Englewood Florida one year. I have always wondered what it was. I just enjoy the hunt for sharks teeth and other fossils. It's very calming for me I've finally decided to learn about my collection. This is my most curious piece. This forum is so cool. Wish I would have looked for y'all a long time ago. I hope the pictures are done correctly and do it justice. Maybe it's just a rock but I love it.
  6. Hello, I found this shark tooth today at the Jersey shore (Sea Isle City). Can someone please help me identify it and possibly let me know how old you think it might be? Thanks in advance!
  7. sharkdoctor

    Weird Calvert Formation shark tooth

    I think I saw this tooth form in an identification book at some point and laughed at it. It's such a weird tooth. However, I can't find the reference now. It's driving me crazy. Any ideas what this is? It is possible that the tooth was reworked from an earlier formation (Old Church or Piney Point). From the Calvert Formation, bed 3. The scale box=5mm. Lingual surface? Labial surface? @jcbshark @MarcoSr @Al Dente @Gizmo @fossilsonwheels
  8. Hey hey, hope everybody’s Tuesday went well! I’m new here, 25 and have much to learn in realm of fossil hunting. I’m hoping you can help. I live in Charleston, SC and travel up to Summerville from time to time to explore creeks searching for the ever elusive megalodon. I’m relatively green hunting fossil but I do have some good spots and good finds. Of all the effort I’ve given, and believe me I really have put hundreds of hours into searching, I still have not mastered the art of finding these suckers. I’m hoping someone can help. I’m thinking part of my shortcoming is
  9. Andy123

    Shark tooth ID

    Hi guys I have an angustidens tooth (on the left) and a Chubutensis Tooth (on the right) I am finding it hard to separate the 2 as different species as they look very similar, the only difference I notice is the roots are different, are there any key factors to look out for with identifying the 2. Thanks
  10. jennifer.

    Shark tooth - is it a fossil?

    Is this a fossil? What kind of shark tooth?
  11. jonnyquest

    Powered by Hemi

    Some Hemis through the years I picked up online, from forum members and even found personally. Enjoy Aurora,n.c.
  12. Location Missouri Found in limestone that was blasted out by construction workers The area is Pennsylvanian on the geological map I have also found prehistoric fish teeth in the area along with Brachiopods, Crinoids, nautiloids and horn corals. I was not a 100% if this was a fossil or just a natural formation in limestone. I only say it could be a Pennsylvanian shark crusher plate but I am not 100% sure Sorry for not having a good size reference, I have very little measuring tools, and did not bring it to the site I found it in, there
  13. Location: Missouri Local geological map dictates that the area is Pennsylvanian Found in a rock pile left by construction workers that blasted out the rock. I posted a few of these teeth onto r/FossilID but I have not gotten any good responses to the ones below! So I made an account to show my as of right now unidentified specimen! I have found a few shark teeth in the area, such as Petalodus , and a few teeth that look to be from Eugeneodontida. These are by far my smallest shark teeth, and I was very fortunate to find any!
  14. Cthulhu2

    Meg or Great White?

    Found this bad boy the other day, debating if its a meg or GW, what do you guys think?
  15. FossilizedJello

    Megamouth shark shark tooth id?

    Hey all. So just organizing my collection. I think its about time I finally ID'ed some things. Here are some shark teeth that I think have potential to be megamouth. If better pictures are needed, I can try..its hard to get pics of these.
  16. PeaceTaryn

    Need A Shark Tooth Expert.

    I'd like to know the species of these sharks teeth. Especially the bigger one. :] hope for help and thanks. More pics and info below.
  17. Hi people, I'm visiting the ernst quarries on Friday June 5th 2020. First time there, I'm from Spain so it will be an intensive and exciting day. If someone from the forum joins just let me know. Cheers!!
  18. DidiEgger

    Megalodon?

    Can someone help me? i found this shark tooth in Austria (Europe) is it a Megalodon? or what is it? thx Didi
  19. Reebs

    Ft. Myers Shark tooth ID

    Hello. I found this shark tooth in a river in Lee County, Ft. Myers Florida (a tributary of the Caloosahatchee River) and am having trouble identifying. It is .5” long x 1” wide (12.7mm x 25.4mm). Thank you for looking. Marie
  20. How come I can find (for example in Antwerp) mostly shark teeth and vertebrae and never another part of a shark?
  21. I am going to take my 9 years old son to California in mid February for a week. We plan to collect shark tooth at Ernst Quarries and we also want to collect other fossils along the coast from San Francisco to LA. I did many research and found a few sites that we really want to go. Bean Creek at Scotts Valley for sand dollar, Capitola Beach for shells and maybe whale bone, Carmel valley for crab, and Jalama Beach for fish. I did more research and found out that the Bean Creek location is off limit now. I would like to ask if the other places still ok. We will fly to LA and driv
  22. I spent a few hours each at the North Sulphur River Texas and Post Oak Creek Texas. I had a nice variety of cretaceous finds.
  23. jonnyquest

    Bull Shark

    Here are some Bull Shark teeth I was able to acquire since Bone Valley Megalodons are a bit pricey. They are like tiny Meg's. Enjoy!
  24. Pinelands Mike

    Teeth at Big Brook and Ramanessin NJ

    I found this tooth in Ramanessin Brook near Big Brook. The guy leading the group said it was a broken shark tooth but he was in a hurry and barely looked at it. I don’t think it looks like a shark tooth. The first picture shows the sharp edge on the front of the tooth.
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