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Horse tooth? From Santa Fe

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Max-fossils

Hi all,

 

I found this tooth during my trip with Fossil Voyages. It’s from the Santa Fe River, Florida, US. From the Pleistocene. Anyone know what it is? I’m thinking three-toed horse, or small horse, but I’m not sure... 

 

Oh, the tooth might be incomplete, I’m not sure either about that. 

 

Thanks in advance for your help,

 

Max

 

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Harry Pristis

 

For comparison:

 

 

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MeargleSchmeargl

Could be. If so it's awfully worn.

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Max-fossils

@Harry Pristis @MeargleSchmeargl @Shellseeker Well thanks for your help :D

I know that it's worn... Kinda wish it wasn't. Also wish it was more complete. But hey, better than nothing! And I also found a better one, which I am pretty sure is horse. I'll send you guys pictures in a bit.

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17 minutes ago, Max-fossils said:

 And I also found a better one, which I am pretty sure is horse. I'll send you guys pictures in a bit.

Never mind... it’s not that much better :wacko:

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