Fossil Tapir Tooth
Common Name: Tapir Tooth
Genus/Species: Tapirus veroensis
Age: 1.8 Million – 11,000 Years old
Formation: River Deposit
Location: Taylor County, Florida, USA
These are 2 Tapir Teeth Fossils, Tapirus veroensis sp.. These fossil Tapir Teeth are about 11,000 - 1.8 Million Years Old and are from the Pleistocene Period or Ice Age. Recovered from the Ice Age River deposits of Florida, USA. Solid preservation, excellent teeth caps with no roots. No repairs or restoration.
Comes in a plastic display box.
**Please note that since these are genuine fossils, no two are identical. Sizes and colors may vary.**