With our fantastic dinosaur discoveries here on the Isle of Wight the wonders of our lovely north coast are often overlooked and neglected. Across this lesser publicised coast lies a variety of exiting prehistoric discoveries ready for any avid fossil hunter. From ancient Crocodilian teeth […]
Tag: 45-50 million years old
The Past few months have been a strange period of mass adjustment and what they tell you in Art School is true… staying motivated may be difficult but for me finding the time has been harder. However, in spite of the lack of time left […]
One Of the best fossiling finds at Bracklesham is shark teeth, these range greatly in size some being less than a centimetre to over 4.
prehistoric sharks alike modern sharks continually shed teeth hence they become so common and can be collected in abundance. Obviously as with all fossils the quality of them can vary drastically, often you can find fragments or broken teeth washed into the base of the shingle on the beach but the better preserved ones tend to be further towards the sea on the beach.
A large Turitella Fossiling at Bracklesham is normally a rewarding trip when it comes to finds, my first trips out there were rather unsuccessful only finding bivalves and Turitella shells. However my subsequent returns have been far more successful normally finding a few sharks teeth […]