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dogger
aye, twas gravel stream near dovers hill in glos.
 

its very heavy though so thats why we thought fossil

 

thanks for helping
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dogger
hello, my friend found this tooth in a dried out stream in the cotswolds. its very heavy, and looks ice age. can anyone tell us what it might be from. thankyou. it is 8cm long and 2cm wide so quite big animal.
 

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mudbug2


Hi Dogger
That looks like to me a Horse tooth or Cattle, Ive no doubt it has some age to it. Sorry not my specialty...
 
Reghards to all who share the passion Mudbug...
S.H.T-N
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quagga
Hi
Certainly looks like a horse tooth to me.  No idea on age though.
Al

Time is nature's way of stopping everything happening at once.
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Olenus
Yes it is a Horse tooth! You do find wild horse material in the Pleistocene deposits. Does the stream cut through any pleistocene deposits ?
 

Lee
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ThomasM
The Cotswolds is mainly Jurassic Cornbrash, Kellaways and Oxford Clay overlain by Pleistocene gravels, where I suspect this specimen originates from.

Thomas

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