Answer Monday! Correction!


 

Last week I presented you with a pretty challenging fossil to identify, which even I had trouble identifying!  My source at the museum had told me it was a mammoth tooth, but of course our NCSE members knew bettereven better than a paleontologist!

After posting that it was in fact a mammoth, I was overwhelmed by e-mails and comments.  No, I was told. It had to be a mastodon tooth.

And sure enough....you were all correct.  It was a mastodon tooth!  Kudos to
Joshua Vallejos for getting it right first in the blog post's comments section.  If you send me your address, I'll send you an extra prize (aside from bragging rights) for being so clever.

Thanks for keeping me on my toes!

Minda Berbeco
Short Bio

Minda Berbeco is the former Programs and Policy Director at NCSE.

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