paleontology
Is is a large tooth fossil?

I bought it at a garage sale.

Fossil Collector: Grayson  C.

Location:  Texas

[ We are becoming a big fan of  those garage sale finds! My Fossil Find receives a lot of submissions similar to this. In general it appears to be a tooth from a modern cow, but the age is always difficult to determine. Any thoughts? ]

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3 Responses to “Garage Sale Fossil?”

  1. dale says:

    on the top is an isolated stylid, so bison
    but i am an amateur, so get a second opinion

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  2. Maja says:

    Hi
    I found something similar to Day in Denmark. My opinion, hits fossilized tooth in blue firestone. I found mine near a chalk mining site at The water. Denmark has a lot of chalk in the ground due to The ice ages that dragged a lot of mixed sediments up to norway, leaving at varity og fossils from different periods of time way back to The First living creatures in The Sea. So in sure it’s fossil.
    I submitted an email to natural science museum to Day.

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  3. Charlie says:

    I found a very similar fossel at heads creek today in home springs, I found out that it was a huge fish molar but I can’t figure out what kind of fish. It was in sand and it also stormed badly for about a week before I found it.

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