FOSSIL HORSE TOOTH
A 2.6″ Pleistocene Fossil Horse Tooth to add to your fossil or tooth collection. A Horse Tooth from the Gulf of Mexico where many fossils come from especially teeth. These are almost as rare as Hens teeth. The condition is fairly complete tip to root with hollow roots. Our friend pulled this Horse Tooth out from fossil hunt in South Carolina. There has been no repair or restoration. These teeth are commonly found associated with fossils from many other ice age mammals including Mammoths, Sloths, Camels, etc.
Age: Pleistocene 10,000-1.8 million years ago.
South Carolina, U.S.A.
6.8cm x 2.6cm x 1.8cm, 54g.