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Fossil Llama Tooth   Colleton County, South Carolina, USA - Hemiauchenia macrocephala
My first fossil llama tooth from the Edisto. We don't find a lot of pleistocene stuff there, but its always a nice surprise when we do....
Fossil llama tooth   Colleton County, South Carolina, USA - Hemiauchenia macrocephala

A well preserved llama tooth from the Edisto River.

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llama tooth   Peace River, Florida, USA - Hemiauchenia macrocephala
llama tooth
Camel cannon bone   Desoto County, Florida, USA - Hemiauchenia macrocephala
This is one of the fossils I found on my very first expedition back in 1990. Recently rediscovered cleaning out a closet....
1 5/8" Long-Legged Llama tooth   Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA - Hemiauchenia macrocephala
This was neatly deposited on a gravel bar about a foot from the water during the last rain storm and would surely have been washed away during the next. What luck!...
Camel Incisor   Berkeley County, South Carolina, USA - Hemiauchenia macrocephala
When I first saw this, I had a little water in my mask so I thought it was a broken shark tooth or a whale tooth or something like that, but it was tough to tell. I put it in my bag and kept hunting. Later, when I got home I looked at it a lot closer, and I eliminated my first two guesses as to the identity of this item. There's no way its a shark tooth, and its too thin to be a whale tooth. From the photo, you can see its very thin. I looked though all my fossil books and I couldn't find anythi...
  

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