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Horse Tooth   Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA - Equus sp.
A very nice specimen. I've never found this position before. I believe it is an incisor....
Horse finds   Peace River, Florida, USA - Equus sp.
Horse finds
Horse Tooth   Berkeley County, South Carolina, USA - Equus sp.
Horse Tooth
Horse tooth   Hardee County, Florida, USA - Equus sp.
This is a heavily worn lower tooth of the one-toed horse Equus. I had lost this in my front yard for three days. I searched countless hours for this little gem. I think my neighbors thought I was crazy. I even took the front seats of my truck to see if it had fallen between them. I was about to give up when my buddy said he would come over and look fo it. Sure enough within 3 minutes of him looking he found it. He's just got that abillity to pull something out of thin air , especially while fo...
Horse Tooth   Peace River, Florida, USA - Equus sp.
Horse Tooth
Fossil Horse Tooth   Berkeley County, South Carolina, USA - Equus sp.
A really nice one - the best of this position I've ever found. I believe its a posterior....
2 3/16" Horse Tooth   Berkeley County, South Carolina, USA - Equus sp.
A nice, complete horse tooth. Great enamel....
3 7/16" Horse Tooth   Charleston County, South Carolina, USA - Equus sp.
This is one of the best preserved horse teeth I've ever seen. Its tough to believe it came from a layer where it had been tossed around in the currents before coming to its final resting place. ...
2 5/8" Horse Tooth   Charleston County, South Carolina, USA - Equus sp.
This is about the best horse tooth I've ever found. Besides for a few dings, it is complete. That's rare for pleistocene fossils around here. Normally, horse teeth are badly worn and broken, but somehow, this one escaped nearly unscathed....
Horse Tooth   Berkeley County, South Carolina, USA - Equus sp.
here is a horse tooth. This one is broken in half. What you see is the top half which includes the crown abnd part of the root. I have never found a complete one....
3 1/2" diameter Horse Vertebrae   Berkeley County, South Carolina, USA - Equus sp.
This is a complete horse vertebra I found scuba diving in one of the creeks of the Cooper River. Thanks to Lee for the positive ID....
  

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