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Possible horse and crocodile tooth


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Found these two teeth in a creek in north texas. I believe the first may be a partial horse and the second a crocodile? Any help would be appreciated as always. 

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What makes me think it possibly isn’t crocodile is the lack of curve and small size. 

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Last picture is an incissor, not sure to what.

Still scratching my head on the first one. Smooth on the outside and pleated on the inside...:shrug::headscratch:

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I would wager the first tooth is a fragmented bison tooth and the second is an incisor of some large mammal, not sure what variety.

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12 hours ago, PaleoNoel said:

I would wager the first tooth is a fragmented bison tooth and the second is an incisor of some large mammal, not sure what variety.

I found a full one of the first fragmented tooth today, and it appears to definitely be a bison molar

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Search for Bison incisor.  Horse, Llama,other possible candidates do not look like this.TFFBisonIncisor.JPG.7331bf4598fe9c33d9387714dce50542.JPG

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