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Fossil Mammoth Tooth   Colleton County, South Carolina, USA - Mammut imperator
A front tooth from a juvenile animal in great condition. Found about 75 yards down river from where DW found his two mammoth teeth. Could be from the same elephant....
Fossil Mammoth Tooth   Colleton County, South Carolina, USA - Mammut imperator
This was the first of two mammoth teeth I found in one day. I'd never found one before this one. What a beauty for my first! This is a rare occurrence - the outer bark of the tooth has been eaten away to reveal the enamel plates bonded together in the middle. Its a really cool kind of wear, because the incredible detail of the unerupted surface can be seen....
Fossil Mammoth Tooth   Colleton County, South Carolina, USA - Mammut imperator
The second of two mammoth teeth I found in one dive. This is a rare occurrence - the outer bark of the tooth has been eaten away to reveal the enamel plates bonded together in the middle. Its a really cool kind of wear, because the incredible detail of the unerupted surface can be seen....
  

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