• Jack Parker-Tyreman posted an image in the group Group logo of Alf MuseumAlf Museum from the myFOSSIL app 9 months ago

    9 months ago
    9 months ago

    What kind of tooth is this?
    It would date around the Pleistocene period and is from Brownwich cliff in Hampshire, England. I have a feeling it might be the front tooth of a lion?
    Look up Brownwich cliff and on one of the websites it will give a list of ice ages species found in the Brickearth from Hampshire. Some animals include lions, cave bears, cave hyenas, woolly mammoths, bison, Equus (horse), and more. #fossil