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2 5/8" Horse Tooth

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.
Location Charleston County, South Carolina, USA
Species Equus sp.
Age Pleistocene Epoch
Formation Hawthorne Formation
Category Land Mammal
Length 2 5/8 inches

ID1162
Memberdw
Date Added1/3/2003

This is the crown of the tooth.
This is the end of the root.
  

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