Pathological Specimen, Partial Wild Pig Jaw with Dentition

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This is a partial jaw bone from a wild pig (Sus scofra sp.) It has three intact teeth. This was found while hunting for fossils in Florida's famous Bone Valley Formation. Although the area is rich in Pleistocene fossils, this specimen is not a fossil - it is recent (Holocene period). Hog teeth are known for their similarity to human teeth.

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