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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 ?














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The last one looks like an Enchodus fish tooth.


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That is what I thought ! Thank you for your answer  😁


Now just waiting for other leads for the other pieces 😅

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The small serrated teeth look like they're from Abelisaur Theropods.

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oops I was thinking of juvenile Carcharodontosaurus teeth  😅

Thanks !

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anyone to confirm or help me with the rest? 

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I agree many of your smaller theropod teeth are probably abelisaurid, but one or two might be juvenile carcharodontosaurid (for example, the rightmost one on the last picture of these teeth). I also do not think the one on the lower left of the same picture is abelisaurid. If you want to know more, I suggest better individual pictures of the teeth, taken from multiple angles (see this guide for tips: https://www.thefossilforum.com/topic/119021-what-is-needed-to-id-dinosaur-teeth-phalanges-and-claws/). The teeth are not in the best shape, so for some it might be hard to get a definitive id.




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thanks a lot for your answer ! I'm going to try to take a better photo but with my phone it's quite complicated given the size, my camera is unfortunately out...

otherwise do you have any ideas for the bone fragments? 

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