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Gomphothere Tooth (Four-tusked elephant relative)
Gomphothere Tooth (Four-tusked elephant relative)
Gomphothere Tooth (Four-tusked elephant relative)
Gomphothere Tooth (Four-tusked elephant relative)
Gomphothere Tooth (Four-tusked elephant relative)
Gomphothere Tooth (Four-tusked elephant relative)
Gomphothere Tooth (Four-tusked elephant relative)

Gomphothere Tooth (Four-tusked elephant relative)

-Species: undetermined

-Size: 5"L x 4"W x 3"H

-Notes: A partial tooth from a species of mastodon-like animal called a Gomphothere. Gomphotheres are noted for having four straight tusks; one set in the maxilla, and one set in the mandible.

-Age: Miocene epoch, 23-5 million years ago

-Location: Peace River Formation, Bone Valley Member, Florida, USA



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