Need help with identification of a mammal tooth from Cadzand

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Need help with identification of a mammal tooth from Cadzand

Bericht door FelixFossils » 01 jun 2020, 19:56

Hi everyone!

I am Felix from Germany and sometimes I come to the beautiful Netherlands to collect some shark teeth in Cadzand-Bad:)

Some years ago, my father found this tooth on the beach of Cadzand-Bad/Neuwvliet-Bad in the Swarte Polder.
At first, I identified the tooth as a tooth from Dicerorhinus etruscus, but now, after some research, I am not sure anymore...
A fossil collector from the Steinkern-Forum identified it as a tooth from a pig, another one from Instagram as Epirigenys lokonensis.

Do you have any idea from which mammal it could be?

Thank you in advance!

Felix
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Re: Need help with identification of a mammal tooth from Cadzand

Bericht door sjaak » 01 jun 2020, 23:01

Looks like an undeveloped pig molar.


Groet,

Niels


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