Other Mammals Teeth & Fossils

Other Mammals Teeth & Fossils

Buried Treasure Fossils offers a large selection of top other quality of mammal fossils from the Ice Age and beyond. Authenticity guaranteed. Posted species include. 

  • Bear (Florida)
  • Giant Beaver
  • Camel
  • Capybara
  • Deer
  • Palaeolithic Dog
  • Irish Elk
  • Glyptodon & Other Giant Armadillos
  • Cave Lion
  • Tapir
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  1. Cave Lion - Panthera spelaea
    $1,725.00

    A rare, LARGE Top Quality Cave Lion canine tooth (Panthera spelaea) from Yakutia Region, Siberia. A March Fossil of the Month. Complete tooth with a small natural wear facet on the tip. The Cave Lions grew to ~7 feet in length and could up to weigh 700 lbs. Larger than the today's lions. Ice age (late Pleistocene). Complete tooth. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. You can own a rare and wonderful story piece from the Ice Age!  Note - this tooth comes with a 3-1/2" 3D floating display frame.

    Name: Panthera spelaea     Age: Late Pleistocene     

    Location: Yakutia Region, Siberia

    R600             SIZE: 4-1/16"   (1-1/8" Wide)

    Note: Adding 9 Ice Age / Pleistocene mammal fossils in March 2023.    Link -> Ice Age Fossils - Other

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  2. Thalassocnus - Swimming Sloth
    $575.00

    An ultra rare, Thalassocnus, a Swimming Sloth, manus (hand) claw from the Bahia Inglesia Formation, Copiapo, Chile. A May Fossil of the Month. This sloth lived on the west coast of So. America during the late Miocene age. This claw is a near complete with minor erosion along the upper edge and back end. Both areas have minor restoration. Fantastic color and preservation. Authenticity guaranteed. I have not seen a swimming sloth claw for sale before. This is all of the sloth material that I have from 15 years ago! A rare collector's claw. This is my one and only hand claw!

    C931          Size: 2-1/2"  (1-1/8" height, 7/16" wide)

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  3. Canis familiaris - Paleolithic Dog
    $395.00

    An exceptionally preserved, fossil Ice Age dog (Canis familiaris) jaw with eight teeth from southern Germany. These dogs were domesticated from the wolves by man for hunting and were found around paleolithic hunting encampments. They lived around the mountain caves from central Europe to Russia during the Ice Age. These two mandibles contains five molars and four premolars. New find. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. You can own a rare and wonderful story piece from the Ice Age! The BEST! 

    Name: Canis familiaris    Age: Late Pleistocene     

    Location: Hochstahler Graben, Nuremberg area, Germany

    R581          SIZE: 5-5/8" 

     

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  4. Glyptodon reticulatus
    $395.00

    A rare LARGE, well preserved Glyptodon reticulatus scute from the Pampean region, Uruguay. A March Fossil of the Month. Glyptodon was the largest of the the oversized armadillos with a extremely thick shell. It evolved in the Pliocene and became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene in South America. This large scute is complete with no wear. Well fossilized. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. Note - International buyers will pay a shipping supplement to free shipping. Items weighs 1.3 lbs.

    X801           Size: 5-1/2" x 4-1/2" x 1-1/2"

    Name: Glyptodon reticulatus

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location: Pampean region, Uruguay

    Note - Posting 26 mammal and reptile fossils in March 2024.  Link to Other Mammals

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  5. Bear Jaw - Florida
    $350.00

    A TOP QUALITY Termarctos floridanus, an extinct Florida Cave bear, lower jaw from the Pleistocene of the Santa Fe River, Florida.  This jaw includes a canine and molar with excellent preservation. It's complete with absolutely no restoration or repair. A wonderful Pleistocene jaw specimen and display piece. Authenticity guaranteed. Note - this bear jaw comes with a 4-1/2"x 5-1/2" Riker frame.

    X731          SIZE: 3”

    Note – adding 4 bear teeth in December 2022.   Link to Bear teeth fossils

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  6. Giant Beaver
    $325.00

    A rare, LARGE Top Quality fossil Giant Beaver incisor tooth (Castoroides leiseyorum) from northern Florida. Nice characteristic "chisel shape" wear pattern. The Giant Beavers grew to 6 to 8 feet in length and could weigh 500 lbs. Pleistocene age. Complete tooth. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. You can own a rare and wonderful story piece from the Ice Age!  Note - tooth comes with a 3" x 4" Riker display frame.

    Name: Castoroides leiseyorum     Age: Late Pleistocene     

    Location: Northen Florida

    X761             SIZE: 4"   (3/4" Wide)

    Note: Adding 9 Ice Age / Pleistocene mammal fossils in March 2023.    Link -> Ice Age Fossils - Other

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  7. Canis familiaris - Paleolithic Dog
    $295.00

    An exceptionally preserved, fossil Ice Age dog (Canis familiaris) jaw with four teeth from southern Germany. These dogs were domesticated from the wolves by man for hunting and were found around paleolithic hunting encampments. They lived around the mountain caves from central Europe to Russia during the Ice Age. This jaw contains two molars, a premolar and a canine. New find. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. You can own a rare and wonderful story piece from the Ice Age! The BEST! 

    Name: Canis familiaris    Age: Late Pleistocene     

    Location: Rauhenberg, Germany

    R582             SIZE: 6-3/8" 

     

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  8. Camel - Florida
    $195.00

    A rare, well preserved Camel (Camelops) canine from Hillsborough Co., Florida.  The Camelops evolved in the late Pliocene and became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene in North America. This is molar is complete with no wear. One crack. Well fossilized. No restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    X807           Size: 1-15/16"  

    Name: Camel (Camelops) molar

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location: Hillsborough Co.,  Florida

    Note - Posting 26 mammal and reptile fossils in March 2024.  Link to Other Mammals

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  9. Thalassocnus - Swimming Sloth
    $175.00

    An ultra rare, Thalassocnus, a Swimming Sloth, tooth from the Bahia Inglesia Formation, Copiapo, Chile. A May Fossil of the Month. This sloth lived on the west coast of So. America during the late Miocene age. This tooth is complete with no wear. Cutting surface is perfect. Fantastic color. Excellent condition. No repair.  Authenticity guaranteed. I have not seen a swimming sloth claw for sale before. This is all of the sloth material that I have from 15 years ago! A rare collector's tooth. My last one!

    C932          Size: 1-1/4"  (9/16" Cutting surface width)

    Note - Adding 2 Chilean swimming sloth fossils in May 2023   Link to Sloth fossils

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  10. Giant Beaver
    $150.00

    A rare Top Quality fossil Giant Beaver incisor tooth (Castoroides leiseyorum) from northern Florida. The Giant Beavers grew to 6 to 8 feet in length and could weigh 500 lbs. Pleistocene age. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. You can own a rare and wonderful story piece from the Ice Age! 

    Name: Castoroides leiseyorum     Age: Late Pleistocene     

    Location: Northen Florida

    X762             SIZE: 3-1/4"   (5/8" Wide)

    Note: Adding 9 Ice Age / Pleistocene mammal fossils in March 2023.    Link -> Ice Age Fossils - Other

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  11. Bear Tooth - Florida
    $135.00

    A TOP QUALITY Termarctos floridanus, an extinct Florida Cave bear, tooth from the Pleistocene of the Santa Fe River, Florida.  This tooth has excellent preservation. It's complete with absolutely no restoration or repair. An excellent Pleistocene tooth specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    X732          SIZE: 2”

    Note – Posting 26 mammal and reptile fossils in March 2024.   Link to Bear teeth fossils

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  12. Bear Tooth - Florida
    $125.00

    A TOP QUALITY Termarctos floridanus, an extinct Florida Cave bear, tooth from the Pleistocene of the Santa Fe River, Florida.  This tooth has excellent preservation. It's complete with absolutely no restoration or repair. A wonderful Pleistocene tooth specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    X733          SIZE: 1-9/16”

    Note – adding 4 bear teeth in December 2022.   Link to Bear teeth fossils

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  13. Giant Beaver
    $115.00

    A rare Top Quality fossil Giant Beaver incisor tooth (Castoroides leiseyorum) from northern Florida. The Giant Beavers grew to 6 to 8 feet in length and could weigh 500 lbs. Pleistocene age. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. You can own a rare and wonderful story piece from the Ice Age! 

    Name: Castoroides leiseyorum     Age: Late Pleistocene     

    Location: Northen Florida

    X763             SIZE: 2-1/2"   (3/4" Wide)

    Note: Adding 9 Ice Age / Pleistocene mammal fossils in March 2023.    Link -> Ice Age Fossils - Other

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  14. Tapir
    $95.00

    A TOP QUALITY Tapirus sp. tooth from the Pleistocene of Georgia. A rooted tooth from an extinct Tapir. This tooth has excellent preservation. Note - the base of one root end was restored. A wonderful Pleistocene specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    X743         SIZE: 1-3/8” x 1-3/8" x 1-5/8" Height

    Note – adding 6 tapir teeth in March 2022.   Link to Tapir fossils

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  15. Tapir
    $95.00

    A TOP QUALITY Tapirus sp. tooth from the Pleistocene of Georgia. A rooted tooth from an extinct Tapir. This tooth has excellent preservation. Note - the one root end was restored. A wonderful Pleistocene specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    X742         SIZE: 1-3/8” x 1-1/8" x 1-7/8" Height

    Note – adding 6 tapir teeth in March 2022.   Link to Tapir fossils

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  16. Tapir
    $95.00

    An EXTRA LARGE, TOP QUALITY Tapirus sp. tooth from the Pleistocene of Georgia. An extinct Tapir. This tooth has excellent preservation. It's complete with absolutely no restoration or repair. A wonderful Pleistocene specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    X741          SIZE: 1-3/4” x 1-3/4"

    Note – adding 6 tapir teeth in March 2022.   Link to Tapir fossils

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  17. Irish Elk - Megaloceras
    $95.00

    A LARGE, well preserved Irish Elk (Megaloceras giganteus) from the Rhine River, Germany.  The Irish Elk was an oversized Elk that evolved in the Pleistocene and became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene in Eurasia. This is a molar is complete with minor wear. Well fossilized. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    X806          Size: 2" x 2"  

    Name: Irish Elk molar (Megaloceras giganteus)

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location: Rhine River, Germany

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  18. Camel - Florida
    $95.00

    A well preserved Camel (Camelops) molar from Hillsborough Co., Florida.  The Camelops evolved in the late Pliocene and became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene in North America. This is molar is complete with no wear. Well fossilized. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    X808           Size: 1-1/4"  x 1-7/8" 

    Name: Camel (Camelops) molar

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location: Hillsborough Co.,  Florida

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  19. Glyptotherium
    $95.00

    A well preserved Glyptotherium scute from the ACE Basin, So. Carolina. The Glyptotherium  was an oversized armadillo with a thick shell that was a close relative to the Glyptodon. It evolved in the early Pliocene and became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene in North America. This is a scute is complete with some wear. Well fossilized. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    X802           Size: 2-1/8" x 1-3/4"  x 3/4" thick

    Name: Glyptotherium scute

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location: ACE Basin, So. Carolina

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  20. Tapir
    $85.00

    A TOP QUALITY Tapirus sp. tooth from the Pleistocene of Georgia. A rooted tooth from an extinct Tapir. This tooth has excellent preservation. It's complete with absolutely no restoration or repair. A wonderful Pleistocene specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    X744          SIZE: 1-1/2” x 1-3/8" x 1-1/2" Height

    Note – adding 6 tapir teeth in March 2022.   Link to Tapir fossils

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  21. Bear Tooth - Florida
    $85.00

    A TOP QUALITY Termarctos floridanus, an extinct Florida Cave bear, tooth from the Pleistocene of the Santa Fe River, Florida.  This tooth has excellent preservation. It's complete with absolutely no restoration or repair. A wonderful Pleistocene tooth specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    X734          SIZE: 1-3/8”

    Note – adding 4 bear teeth in December 2022.   Link to Bear teeth fossils

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  22. Camel - Florida
    $75.00

    A well preserved Camel (Camelops) molar from northern Florida.  The Camelops evolved in the late Pliocene and became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene in North America. This is molar is complete with very little wear. Well fossilized. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    X809           Size: 1-3/8"   

    Name: Camel (Camelops) molar

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location: Ruskin, Florida

    Note - Posting 26 mammal and reptile fossils in March 2024.  Link to Other Mammals

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  23. Capybara
    $65.00

    A LARGE,  well preserved extinct Giant Capybara molar from Edisto River, So. Carolina.  The Giant Capybara was an oversized rodent that evolved in the Pleistocene and became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene in North America. This is a molar tooth with good cusp detail with little wear. Well fossilized. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    X818           Size: 1-1/2" x 13/16"  

    Name: Capybara sp.

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location: Edisto River, So. Carolina

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  24. Tapir
    $60.00

    A TOP QUALITY Tapirus sp. tooth from the Pleistocene of Georgia. An extinct Tapir. This tooth has excellent preservation. It's complete with absolutely no restoration or repair. A wonderful Pleistocene specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    X746          SIZE: 1-7/16” x 1"

    Note – adding 6 tapir teeth in March 2022.   Link to Tapir fossils

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  25. Tapir
    $60.00

    A TOP QUALITY Tapirus sp. tooth from the Pleistocene of Georgia. An extinct Tapir. This tooth has excellent preservation. It's complete with absolutely no restoration or repair. A wonderful Pleistocene specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    X745          SIZE: 1-3/8” x 1"

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  26. Giant Armadillo scute - Florida
    $55.00

    A LARGE, well preserved Armadillo scute (Holmesina floridanus) from northern Florida.  The Giant Armadillo was an oversized armadillo with a thick shell that evolved in the Pleistocene and became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene in North America. This is a scute is complete with little wear. Well fossilized. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    X811           Size: 1-7/8" x 1-1/2"  

    Name: Armadillo scute (Holmesina floridanus)

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location: Northern Florida

    Note - Posting 26 mammal and reptile fossils in March 2024.  Link to Other Mammals

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  27. Trichechus rib bone - Manatee
    $47.50

    A Top Quality Trichechus sp. rib bone - Manatee from the Withlacochee River, Florida. Highest quality, nicely articulated, and nearly complete. Pleistocene age (1.6 mya). No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    F962       SIZE: 14" length (on curve)  x  2-1/4" width

    Note - Adding shark vertebra, whale, Manatee, Marlin & shrimp fossils in January 2024.  ->  Link to Shrimp Burrow

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  28. Trichechus vertebra - Manatee
    $47.50

    A Top Quality Trichechus sp. vertebra - Manatee from the Withlacochee River, Florida. Highest quality, nicely articulated, and essentially complete. Pleistocene age (1.6 mya). No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    F961       SIZE: 4" width x  4-7/4" height  x  2-3/8" width

    Note - Adding shark vertebra, whale, Manatee, Marlin & shrimp fossils in January 2024.  ->  Link to Shrimp Burrow

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  29. Capybara
    $47.50

    A well preserved extince Giant Capybara molar from Edisto River, So. Carolina.  The Giant Capybara was an oversized rodent that evolved in the Pleistocene and became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene in North America. This is a molar tooth with good cusp detail with little wear. Well fossilized. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    X820           Size: 1-1/16" x 1/2"  

    Name: Capybara sp.

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location: Edisto River, So. Carolina

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  30. Capybara
    $47.50

    A well preserved extinct Giant Capybara molar from Edisto River, So. Carolina.  The Giant Capybara was an oversized rodent that evolved in the Pleistocene and became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene in North America. This is a molar tooth with good cusp detail with little wear. Well fossilized. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    X819           Size: 5/8" x 11/16"  

    Name: Capybara sp.

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location: Edisto River, So. Carolina

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  31. Camel - So. Carolina
    $45.00

    A well preserved Camel (Camelops) premolar from So. Carolina.  The Camelops evolved in the late Pliocene and became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene in North America. This is premolar is complete with little wear. Well fossilized. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    X810           Size: 1-3/4"   

    Name: Camel (Camelops) premolar

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location: So. Carolina

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  32. Giant Armadillo scute - Florida
    $40.00

    A well preserved Armadillo scute (Holmesina floridanus) from northern Florida.  The Giant Armadillo was an oversized armadillo with a thick shell that evolved in the Pleistocene and became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene in North America. This is a scute is complete with little wear. Well fossilized. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    X813           Size: 1-1/2" x 1-1/4"  

    Name: Armadillo scute (Holmesina floridanus)

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location: Northern Florida

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  33. Giant Armadillo scute - Florida
    $40.00

    A well preserved Armadillo scute (Holmesina floridanus) from northern Florida.  The Giant Armadillo was an oversized armadillo with a thick shell that evolved in the Pleistocene and became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene in North America. This is a scute is complete with little wear. Well fossilized. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    X812           Size: 1-1/2" x 1-1/4"  

    Name: Armadillo scute (Holmesina floridanus)

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location: Northern Florida

    Note - Posting 26 mammal and reptile fossils in March 2024.  Link to Other Mammals

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  34. Deer
    $35.00

    A well preserved Deer tooth from the ACE Basin, So. Carolina. This tooth is a complete with little wear. Well fossilized. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    X804           Size: 5/8"   

    Name: Deer tooth 

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location: ACE Basin, So. Carolina

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  35. Capybara
    $32.50

    A well preserved extince Giant Capybara molar from Edisto River, So. Carolina.  The Giant Capybara was an oversized rodent that evolved in the Pleistocene and became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene in North America. This is a molar tooth with good cusp detail with little wear. Well fossilized. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    X821           Size: 7/8" x 7/16"  

    Name: Capybara sp.

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location: Edisto River, So. Carolina

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  36. Capybara
    $25.00

    A well preservedextinct Giant Capybara molar from Edisto River, So. Carolina.  The Giant Capybara was an oversized rodent that evolved in the Pleistocene and became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene in North America. This is a molar tooth with good cusp detail with little wear. Well fossilized. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    X822           Size: 3/4" x 1/2"  

    Name: Capybara sp.

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location: Edisto River, So. Carolina

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