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All Fossil Trips Page
Calvert Cliffs Trip Report
Utah Trip Report
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Fossil Gallery
Tyrannosaurus rex Dinosaurs!
Your Complete Guide to T. rex!
Triceratops Dinosaurs!
Your Complete Guide to Triceratops
Mosasaurs - The Great Marine Reptiles
All Prehisotric Sharks
Megalodon Sharks: All About Megalodons
Great White & Mako Sharks
Goblin Sharks
Trilobite Information
All Trilobites
Elrathia Trilobites
Agnostida Trilobites
Asaphiscus Trilobites
Eurypterid Facts
Cetacea - Whales
Squalodon-Shark toothed Whale
Sperm Whale
Olive Fossils
Shark History & Evolution
Types of Shark Fossils
Megalodon Tooth Size vs Body Size
Fossil Identification Sheets

"Celebrating the richness of paleontology through fossil hunting"

FossilGuy.com: A resource for fossil collectors in and around the mid-Atlantic region. Including virtual tours of fossil hunting sites and fossil identification.

The Purpose of this Fossil Website is to:

Answer questions such as what are fossils? Where to find fossils? What is a megalodon shark? What are trilobites?

Provide information about paleontology, fossils, fossil collecting, and fossil hunting sites.

Help fellow collectors identify their fossil finds.

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January 2015
Shark Teeth Colors Why are fossil shark teeth different colors?:

A new topic has been posted. Why are Shark Teeth Different Colors? This article briefly discusses processes that cause the different colors, patterns, etc. on fossils.

Spinosaurus gallery Spinosaurus Facts and Information:

A New Spinosaurus Gallery has been added. Since the 2014 paper, there has been random blips of this creature all over the internet. Here's a complete guide to this aquatic dinosaur, fully cited!

Also, there were many more types of Spinosaurus dinosaurs than just the Cretaceous North African one. Here is an article on all of the other Spinosaurus dinosaurs, complete with images and citations.

November 2014
T. rex gallery Complete Guide to T. rex:

New info has been added to this T-rex page. This is based on the new Tyrannosaur trackway discovered in British Columbia. Added is information about this dinosaurs speed and social behaviour based on measurements from this trackway of 3 Tyrannosaurs. An image of the trackway was also added.

August 2014
Shark Week 2014 Shark Facts Gallery

Shark Week 2014 Shark Facts

Shark Week 2014 came and went:

Discovery has literally gone off the deep end and filled Shark Week with fictional documentaries, dramatizations, and mokumentaries such as:
Monster Hammerhead
Shark of Darkness: The Wrath of Submarine
Megalodon: The New Evidence
Since these misleading specials seem to have left science in the dust, here are a few articles that are actually cited by scientific journals that will help you sort out the real facts!
The Shark Gallery - Browse 10 Genera of Sharks

Real Hammerhead Facts
Real Megalodon Facts
Real Great White Shark Facts
Why Megalodon is not Alive

July 2014
Dinosuar and Supercroc Fossil Hunting Trip Dino and Supercroc Trip:

I went on my first fossil hunt for Dinosaurs and Supercrocs. This was on the East Coast, where dinosaur material is very fragmentary. Although everything that could have gone wrong went wrong, including the loss of the Jet Ski, we all ended up with some dino teeth and some supercroc (Deinosuchus) teeth! Check it out!

Venice Beach, Florida Fossil Site New Collecting Site: Venice Beach, Florida:

I just got back from a couple fossil trips. One of them was to the "Shark Tooth Capital of the World" which is Venice, Florida. I did some Megalodon shark tooth diving, and just created the Venice page. It has everything you wanted to know about fossil hunting in Venice, Florida, including tons of pictures and a video. Check it out!

June 2014
Red Hill fossil collecting trip Fossil Trip:

We took a trip to the famous Red Hill Fossil site in Central PA in May to look for Devonian Fish Fossils. Check it out! A cool early fish fin spine and a nice Hyneria tooth with feeding damage was found.


The Fossil Gallery

Here you can browse through a sample inventory of prehistoric animals and learn about each one.
When possible, the specific fossils are linked to additional information, articles, fossil collecting sites, and collecting trips.

And yes, for those of you looking for information on the megalodon shark and fossil megalodon shark teeth, the megalodon shark gallery is here.

Fossil Collecting and Fossil Sites around the mid-Atlantic

Take virtual fossil tours to collecting sites!
This link includes fossils found at specific locations, collecting info, tips, site photos, etc...
If you want to know where to find fossils, or need help identifying a fossil, this is your place.

Fossil Collecting trips

Read about our latest fossil collecting trips to various fossil locations and see what fossils we found.

Printable Fossil Identification Sheets

These are printable fossil identification sheets for a few fossil sites. The sheets are in PDF format for easy printing. These sheets include common shark fossil identifications for the mid-atlantic U.S.

Articles and Topics

Articles and Topics on featured collecting sites, fossil digs, paleontology excavations, and Prehistoric Animals.

Fossilguy Shop

Right now we are selling: "Calvert Cliffs Coffee Club" Coffee Mugs, and Megalodon Megamugs, as well as a few fossils

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Links to other Fossil related websites


FOSSILGUY.COM has been up and running since March of 2000
Questions, Suggestions, Answers? Contanct / Email me at:
Contact: fossilguy <- at -> fossilguy.com
Please don't send emails asking for the monetary value of a fossil, for that check out the fossils on Ebay.com, or other commercial web sites.

All of the fossils we found are identified to the best of my ability. In many cases publications, books, and the help of very knowledgeable people were used to identify them.
If you think any fossils are miss-identified, please email me so I can change them.
On the same note, if you know that info on a collecting area featured here is wrong, or has been changed, please let me know.

Thank you!
Also, I would like to thank everyone who has corrected any information and/or helped identify any fossil found on these pages, via email or in person. Thank you very much for making this web site a better place!

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