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Help Identify Mammal Teeth Calvert MD

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willobea

Looked in my book but just am not sure it measures 1.5” x 1.25” x .50”. Maybe camel, bison? Horse? Any help appreciated, I have a horse molar and a peccary but this is my first like this. Thanks!

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Harry Pristis

 

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PaleoRon

Nice find for the Cliffs. If you ever feel like donating it the Calvert Marine Museum would love to have it.

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willobea

Oh thanks for the ID! I wasn't certain but yes really cool find for me seeing as though I was just hiking and not really out hunting for fossils on Sunday! This is the same location I found my Pecary tooth.

I think I'll just hold onto my little Collection. I think they probably have more than enough fossils in their stock.

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