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Ftank28

I regularly creek walk searching for arrowheads, fossils, and minerals. I have found a few teeth that I have no idea about and would appreciate anyone’s help in helping me towards an answer

 

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Fossildude19

Hello, and welcome to the Forum.  :) 


We will need to see the occlusal (chewing surface) of the teeth for proper ID.

Where were these found? State, county? 

These look like modern teeth to me, but others will know better, I'm sure. 

 

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Laditz

They look like your typical Bovid (cow) teeth from the side view, and some indeed look modern.

As said above chewing surface pics will confirm what they are :)

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Tidgy's Dad

Hello, and welcome! :)

They look modern to me, too.

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Herb

modern horse or cow perhaps

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Auspex

Por exemplo: LINK

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Ftank28

Thank you so much for the insight I’m very new to this and was hoping that perhaps the darker tooth may have been petrified. 

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