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Tooth ID from Dayton Valley Canada

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Codyhmac

Hi I am new to this site was wondering if someone can help me ID this tooth I found along the North Saskatchewan River by Drayton Valley, Alberta, Canada. Thanks. 

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westcoast

I don't think you have a tooth there, just a stone with a suggestive shape but wait for the tooth experts...

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Beav

Looks like you got yourself a nice piece of driftwood there buckaroo

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Fossildude19
1 hour ago, Beav said:

Looks like you got yourself a nice piece of driftwood there buckaroo

 

Al Dente has the correct ID of Deer hoof core. ;) 

 

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Fruitbat

I agree with Al Dente and Fossildude19.  Hoof core (phalanx III).

 

-Joe

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abyssunder

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excerpt from Atlas of Animal Bones. For Prehistorians, Archaeologists and Quaternary Geologists - Elisabeth Schmid; Elsevier, New York, 1972.

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