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Just a cow tooth?

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Benjaminpb

I found this in a creek in north Texas. I’m really hoping it’s bison but it’s probably just a cow tooth. Any thoughts?

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ynot

What are the measurements of it?

Tall - wide - thick.

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Wolf89

And please take a picture of the chewing surface

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Harry Pristis

 

It's difficult to distinguish single teeth of bison/cow, but I lean toward cow in this case.  Here are some examples for comparison:

 

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