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Jiky1516

I would love input as to what this tooth may be. Found in the St. John's river (actually my toes found it). The folds and whatnot just piqued my curiosity as I have never seen a tooth like this. It's small and flat and I can only guess it came from a mammal. Any help is greatly appreciated. :)post-12479-0-04873600-1373548476_thumb.jpgpost-12479-0-12035000-1373548494_thumb.jpg

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Cris

Looks like Sus scrofica, a pig to me. That would also mean that it was not a fossil since they are not originally from here, they were introduced by man.

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Jiky1516

Thanks Cris! Love browsing through the gallery pics. What a cool hobby you have. :)

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trilobiteruss

Welcome to the forum!

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RichW9090

Agree; pig tooth.

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rejd

I may be dating myself with this. LOL

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