Columbian Mammoth

SKU
X605
In stock
$2,350.00
Overview

A rare pair of associated Gem Quality Mammoth molars from northern Florida. A March Fossil of the Month. Exceptional light brown color and preservation. Great color and luster!  This is the Columbian Mammoth, an extinct elephant ancestor with long, curved tusks that evolved in the Pliocene of North America. Nicely articulated chewing surfaces. A pair of complete roots with fantastic articulation. Weighs 7.25 bs. with stand. No damage. No repair or restoration. A rare collector's pair of associated Mammoth teeth. Authenticity guaranteed. The custom stand makes a wonderful display. Note: international shipping cost will be calculated. Please request quote.

X605   Size (largest specimen): 6-1/4" Length  x  3-5/16" width x  4-1/8'' high    (Height on stand is 8")

Name: Columbian Mammoth   

Age: Pliocene - Pleistocene  

Location: Northern Florida

Note - Posting five Mammoth / Mastodon teeth in March 2023 -> Link to Mastodon teeth

 

 

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A beautifully preserved Mammoth molar.  An extinct elephant ancestor with long, curved tusks that evolved in the Pliocene of North America. Note - Skeleton photo by Wolfman SF.