Mammoth Teeth

Listed below are some whole mammoth teeth and sections of mammoth teeth. Mammoths did not have canines, but they did have molars and incisors. Their incisors were actually their tusks. Throughout their life span, a mammoth grew six sets of teeth. Once a tooth was worn down from too much grinding, a new tooth grew behind it. The new tooth slowly moved forward and pushed the old one out. This left a fresh set of ridges for grinding food. Mammoth teeth are great specimens and can also be used for carving, as handle material for knife making and jewelry making.

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