Prehistoric Three-Toed Horse Molar or Tooth for Sale
Common Name: Three-Toed Horse Fossil Tooth
Genus/Species: Parahippus leonensis
Age: 18 Million Years old
Location: Dixie County, Florida, USA
This is a excellent and rare Fossil Horse upper tooth or molar. 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. First-Class complete upper tooth with roots and terrific enamel. Exceptional example of Parahippus leonensis with no repairs. Fantastic rare collection piece. Actual Specimen Pictured & Guaranteed Authentic.
Size: .46" H x .86" L x .70" W
Price: out of stock
Item #: PH013
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