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Identifying Mammoth Ivory

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Identifying Mammoth Ivory

Postby souldeep » Mon Mar 28, 2016 4:17 pm

Identifying Mammoth Ivory - Mammuthus spp.

Mammoth tusk ivory comes from the two modified upper incisors of extinct order (Proboscidea).

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