Fossil Large Equus Horse Tooth, Bone Valley, Pleistocene


This is a fossil horse (Equus Sp.) tooth recovered from a south Florida river. The exact species is unidentified. Horses once roamed America over 10,000 years ago, but they went extinct and were later re-introduced by the Spanish during their explorations of the New World. These fossils are now found in the famous "Bone Valley" formation of Florida that the Peace River runs through.

This is a large tooth in good condition. It is approx. 3.25 inches in length.

Refer to the photos. The black centimeter cube is shown for scale and is not included. You are purchasing the specimen shown.