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Is this a Pleistocene horse tooth?

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New here and to fossils as well. I wanted to start collecting Pleistocene era fossils as that is what I am interested in most. A friend of mine got me started off with this horse tooth. I am fairly sure it is indeed a horse tooth but is it from the Pleistocene era? I have no idea where it came from either. What tooth would it have been? Molar? Any insight from you guys is greatly appreciated!

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caldigger

It does appear to be equine. But where it was found might give us more information to narrow the field as to which specific one it is.

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PleistoceneFossils

I'm fairly sure it came from Florida however I'm not positive, he didnt give exact details on that. Possibly equus sp?

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