Three-Toed Horse Teeth Parahippus maxilla


Common Name:  Three-Toed Horse Teeth with Maxilla
Genus/Species:  Parahippus leonensis
Age:                     18 Million Years old
Period:                 Miocene
Location:             Dixie County, Florida, USA

This is a splendid and rare Three-Toed Horse upper maxilla partial with 2 teeth or molars. It is from the medium dog-size Horse Parahippus leonensis sp. The Miocene Period in Florida, was a time with the greatest diversity of horses. Commonly preyed a upon by Bear-Dogs and many specimens of this horse have bite marks on them. Near perfect teeth with the except on one corner edge has flaked off. Complete roots and dentition. Fantastic example of Parahippus leonensis with no repairs. Great and rare collection piece. Actual Specimen Pictured & Guaranteed Authentic.

Size:  1.40" H x 1.44" L x 1.19" W

Price: out of stock  
Item #:  PH010  

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