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verdec
Hello,

I found this tooth fossil yesterday on UK beach, can anyone advise which kind it may be and how old?

Thank you for help in advance.

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MartynH
Hi, due to the stylid on the side of the tooth looking like it is not attached to the main cusp makes me think this is a bison tooth. If the stylid is attached to the main cusp then it is more likely to be cow. So if the tooth is Bison then it would be from the ice age. I have been known to be wrong before but Bison is my vote.


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