Fossil Horse Magnum Bone (Equus sp.), Bone Valley, Pleistocene

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This is a fossil horse magnum bone that was recovered from the Peace River in the Bone Valley Formation of Florida (Hawthorn Group). The exact type of Equus species is unknown. This area is rich in Pleistocene deposits (11,000 to 2,500,000 years ago). The magnum bone is part of the assemblage of bones in the ankle (magnum, cuneiform, unciform, lunar and scaphoid).

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