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Possible Ice Age Bison Tooth?


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Hi.

 

i found this fossilized tooth a couple of years ago. It was found on the beach on the north end of Amelia Island, Florida.

 

They dredge sand to restore the beach fairly often which makes for great sharks teeth finding.

 

So. Is it a bison tooth? Any guesses on age?

 

Thank you for helping me solve this mystery.

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Looks bovid to me nice find:)

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Harry Pristis

It's an upper third molar (M3) from a bison.

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Nice fossil Bison tooth. I have an Ice Age Bison tooth in my collection from the James river. Happy Collecting

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