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|From Dirt Bro Life Member & webmaster of our sister site CoopnaCave
Cooper in Iowa:
My friend Ronnie Hart found this fossil tooth in the creek at the bottom of one of those big horseshoe washouts near the caves – Henry couldnt adequately explain which of the two it came from (he cant remember,actually). Doesn’t really matter. I have a bunch of full size pics – that show evidence that this tooth recently fell out of the jaw… Note the calcite crystals inside the root hole.
Henry Helene thinks it's from a pliestocene horse…could be.
A "fossil dude" in Henry’s town thought it was Camelid. Until proven
otherwise, I call it unidentified, but in casual chat I call it horse.
I’ve seen enough bison to rule that out. It’s the largest tooth I’ve
seen. Very, very cool, for sure!!
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