2" Mammoth Molar Slice With Case - South Carolina

This is an interesting, cross-sectional slice of a Columbia Mammoth (Mammuthus columbi) molar collected from a river in South Carolina. While finding complete mammoth molars in these rivers is rare, finding partial or fragmented molars is not uncommon. These partial mammoth molars are collected by divers who are primarily looking for Megalodon teeth on the river bottom. Slicing them so you can see a cross-section makes for a unique view of the fossil.

The molar slice comes with a riker mount display case.

The Columbian mammoth was one of the last members of the American megafauna to go extinct, with the date of disappearance generally set at approximately 12,500 years ago. The Columbian mammoth was a savanna and grassland inhabitant, similar to the modern African elephant. Large males ranged grew to about 4 meters long and weighed up to 7 tons with tusks that could grow up to 4.25 meters long.
Mammuthus columbi
River in South Carolina
2 x .7", .2" thick
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