Columbian Mammoth Jaw

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A very rare, Top Quality baby Columbian Mammoth (Mammuthus columbi), an early elephant, jaw section with molar found in Patricio Co., Texas. A December Fossil of the Month. Mammoths were present in this area during the Late Pleistocene Ice Age. Fantastic natural color and patina! An excellent molar with a nicely articulated chewing surface. The molar chewing surface is 2-1/2" in length. A complete root. Completely fossilized. Weighs 0.75 lbs. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. A rare collectors specimen and a very attractive display piece A nicely articulated baby tooth. You never see baby teeth offered!

X626           Jaw Size: 4" Length  x  3-3/4" Height   ;  Tooth size: 2-1/2" 

Note - Posting 3 Mammoth / Mastodon teeth in December 2022.     Link to Mammoth fossils.


A beautifully preserved Columbian Mammoth tooth (Mammuthus columbi) found in Texas.  An extinct elephant ancestor. The Columbian mammoth is an extinct species of mammoth that inhabited the Americas as far north as the Northern United States and as far south as Costa Rica during the Pleistocene epoch. It was one of the last in a line of mammoth species.

Name: Mammuthus columbi

Age:    Pleistocene

Location:  Patricio Co., Texas

Note - Skeleton photo by Wolfman SF.