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Sooooooo….today while mud digging in the Schuylkill River in DOUGLASSVILLE with Charles Schaeffer from Keystone History Hoarders, we found these fossils. Dinasaur? No. Most likely from a donkey or horse. Very very old. This appears to be a tooth and teeth. 100 years old? 1000 years old? Gonna have to show this to the experts. ... See MoreSee Less

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Sooooooo….today while mud digging in the Schuylkill River in DOUGLASSVILLE with Charles Schaeffer from Keystone  History Hoarders, we found these fossils. Dinasaur? No. Most likely from a donkey or horse. Very very old. This appears to be a tooth and teeth. 100 years old? 1000 years old? Gonna have to show this to the experts.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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We have such a variety of pets buried on our farm that fossil hunters will think some sort of cult inhabited the place. After a rain, people still come by to hunt arrow heads.

This supposedly occurred across the river in Union Twp. Maybe you will find them!😳🥴🤷‍♂️

I never would have guessed those were fossils! Cool!

Try tapping the horse molar with a piece of metal. If it has a metallic or porcelain sound that means the molar is heavily mineralized. A lot of Pleistocene age molars have that sound!!

It Could be from the Pleistocene

Try Pennsylvania Rockhounds or PaleoCris….

Interesting

Fascinating!

Very Interesting!

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