Victor Perez

  • 1 week ago
    Victor Perez posted an image in the group Education and Outreach from the myFOSSIL app

    Saturday morning outreach at University of Florida! #event

  • 1 week, 2 days ago
    Victor Perez posted a new activity comment

    I can certainly give a talk in Jack’s session. I would probably choose a few examples of amateur/professional collaborations and then discuss strategies/tips for creating these partnerships, with an emphasis on using the myFossil platform.

    • That sounds like a fantastic idea. I can help with the abstract if you need/want it! I’ll relay to Jack the interest. Thanks!

  • 1 week, 2 days ago
    Victor Perez posted a new activity comment

    Where are these ones from?

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    Victor Perez posted a new activity comment

    The tooth on the left is a tiger shark (Galeocerdo) and the one on the right is a snaggletooth (Hemipristis)

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    Victor Perez posted a new activity comment

    I’m pretty confident they’re both cetacean (includes whale and dolphin) but I don’t think they can be identified to anything more specific

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    Victor Perez posted an update in the group Bruce’s Paleo-Tutorial

    I’m proposing that we do practice talks for SE GSA on March 20th and we invite the Fossil Project social media team and my volunteer Fauve to present their research to our lab.

  • 1 week, 3 days ago
    Victor Perez posted an image in the group Paleo Pics from the myFOSSIL app

    Here’s what I found with @joey-alfera along the Calvert Cliffs on New Years Eve 2018. Mostly requiem sharks (Carcharhinus), but there’s also sand tigers (Carcharias and Odontaspis), tiger (Galeocerdo), cow shark ( Notorynchus), and snaggletooth (Hemipristis). #fossil

  • 1 week, 3 days ago
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  • 1 week, 4 days ago
    Victor Perez posted a new activity comment

    Well to put it into context, a typical day there at low tide will often produce a couple hundred teeth in a couple hours . The beach is called Brownies Beach/Bayfront Park if you ever want to check it out.

  • 1 week, 4 days ago
    Victor Perez posted a new activity comment

    It is either Miocene or Pliocene. There is actually a geologic unit called the Yorktown Formation that I’m guessing your tooth came from, which would be somewhere between 10 and 3 million years old.

  • 1 week, 4 days ago
    Victor Perez posted a new activity comment

    We didn’t find a whole lot that day because of the high tide. Maybe two dozen shark teeth and few other random bones. I don’t have any pictures of what we found that day on my phone, but I can take some when I get home tonight.

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    Victor Perez posted a new activity comment

    Where in Virginia did you find it?

  • 1 week, 4 days ago
    Victor Perez posted an image in the group Paleo Pics from the myFOSSIL app

    Collecting along the Calvert Cliffs on the last day of 2018. The tides were not in our favor. @joey-alfera #collectionsite

  • 1 week, 4 days ago
    Victor Perez posted an image in the group Bookworms from the myFOSSIL app

    The most important book for anyone studying sharks. There’s a newer version published in 2012

  • 1 week, 4 days ago
    Victor Perez posted a new activity comment

    Hi @alley-b, it looks like you’ve got a Carcharhinus shark tooth. Carcharhinus is a common genus of sharks, with over 30 different species alive today, including some iconic species like the Bull Shark.

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    Victor Perez joined the group SoCal Paleo
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