IT IS A HORSE TOOTH, probably the fossil zebra Equus scotti. Horse teeth from the skull are long and square like these. The chewing surface often has a “bow-tie” shape in the enamel folds. The root ends are usually hollow as these are. Horses are often found with mammoth remains, especially in central Texas.
Thanks to the young lady who made us aware of these.
Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum
March 1, 2006
Article and photos copyright Mt. Blanco, originally published 2006. Re-posted August 2015
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