Rare Mastodon tooth discovered by 6-year-old boy
6-year-old finds mastodon tooth in Rochester Hills
A 6-year-old out on a walk with his family earlier this month found something on the ground in Rochester Hills
Rare Mastodon tooth discovered by 6-year-old boy in Michigan creek. What’s between a rock and a hard place? The answer is a 12,000-year-old rare mastodon tooth. Last month at the Dinosaur Hill Nature Preserve, WDIV reported, 6-year-old Julian Gagnon was walking with his family when on the ground he spotted what they thought was a standard rock or a dinosaur tooth. Check out the link to read more about this.
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