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Woolly Mammoth Tooth (fossil)
1266 Fd. North Sea, between England and Holland
Size: 10.5"x2.5"x5.0"
Mammoth Tooth (fossil)
Fd. Essex Till, UK
Reference 4
Mammoth Tooth (fossil)
Fd. Staffordshire Drift, UK
Reference 4
Mammoth? Partial Tooth (fossil)
1053 Fd. Oklawaha River, Florida, USA
Size: 3.6"x2.8"x5.0" high
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Mastodon (fossil)
Complement Permanent Molars Rt. Side of Jaw
Fd. Perkinsville, New York, USA
Reference 3
Mastodon Jaw and Teeth (fossil)
Fd. Temple Hill, New York, USA
Reference 3
Mammoth (fossil)
Fd. Homer, New York, USA
Reference 3
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Mastodon Partial Tooth (fossil)
1081 Fd.Kansas River, USA
Size: enamel 0.25" thick
Mastodon Partial Tooth (fossil)
1101 Fd. Santa Fe River, Florida, USA
Condition: considerable top wear, at least one section missing, and partial root
Size: 2.9"x3.0"x3.0" high
Mastodon Last Upper Molar (fossil)
Reference 6
Mastodon 4th Left Upper Milk Molar (fossil)
Fd. Norwich crag, Postwick, Norfolk, UK
Reference 5
Proboscidean Partial Tooth (fossil)
1201 Fd. Florida?, USA
Condition: one of 3 or more sections of this tooth
Size:1.9"x0.9"x1.3" high
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Gomphothere? Tooth (fossil)
1271 Fd. lake excavation site, Southwest Florida, USA
Size: 3.0"x2.2"x1.4" high
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[1] Johnston, Harry, British Mammals, London: Hutchinson & Co., 1903

[2] Photo taken at Santa Barbara Zoo, Santa Barbara, California, USA and used with the zoo's permission.

[3] The Mastodons, Mammoths and Other Pleistocene Mammals of New York, New York State Museum Bulletin, Nos. 241-242, 1921

[4] Owen, Richard, A History of British Fossil Mammals, and Birds, London: John Van Voorst, 1846

[5] A Guide to the Fossil Mammals and Birds in the Department of Geology and Palaeontology in the British Museum (Natural History), 1896

[6] Lydekker, R., Geographical History of Mammals, Cambridge, University Press, 1896

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