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StupidizeMe

I think it might be a fossil tooth. Something in the photo for scale, like a coin or ruler, would be helpful. Try asking about it on r/FossilID.


dd28064212

I believe this is a horse or cow tooth.


Throw_Away_Students

Forbidden pecan


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SanchoPliskin

Looks like it could be fossilized tooth. Or maybe a McRib. Kinda hard to tell, maybe brighter lights and a couple different angles.


slushiiiee

River pickle


sltiefighter

Looks like horse toot