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    Good stuff? *picture heavy*

    Can anyone tell me based on the approximate size what kind of animal these vertabrae belonged to? I assume the jaw is aligator correct? And the final big tooth, is it a giant ground sloth? Can anyone ID any of the other teeth as well? Thanks guys. Y'all are so great at IDing stuff
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    The images are not adequate to ID the smaller teeth. The jaw (maxilla) is 'gator . . . looks recent. The large tooth is a giant ground sloth tooth.
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    Pic #5 appear to be dolphin teeth. I know this post is old but wanted to add in case you hadn't got an answer yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Minnesota View Post
    Pic #5 appear to be dolphin teeth. I know this post is old but wanted to add in case you hadn't got an answer yet.
    thanks man, i dont care if its old
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