Fossilized Mastodon Tusk “Partial” (062923a)
- Name: Mastodon americanum – Tusk Section
- Age: Late Pleistocene – 65,000 – 11000 yrs
- Location: San Jacinto County, Texas
- “Massive” “Partial” Tusk Section – 23 inch Circumference – 10.5 inches in Length – Weighs 19.3 pounds!
- The Mastodon tusks were massive in size, more straight than curved, and the surface texture was more course than the mammoth tusks. Considering the massive size and the total mineralization of these specimens we have, including the ivory layer, I would expect these to be at the oldest 65000 age end of their existence here.
- Very Impressive Specimen ! – Specimen has been sealed and hardened
- If you have always wanted a Mastodon specimen for your collection – You should definitely consider this one – Very Good Display Specimen
- A mastodon (mastós ‘breast’ + odoús ‘tooth’) is any proboscidean belonging to the extinct genus Mammut (family Mammutidae) that inhabited North and Central America during the late Miocene or late Pliocene up to their extinction at the end of the Pleistocene 10,000 to 11,000 years ago.
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- Price is $600.00