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Giant prehistoric mammoth tooth is discovered on banks of River Thames by a veteran mudlark (www.dailymail.co.uk)

The discovery of the woolly mammoth tooth was made by a 50-year-old Londoner scouring for flint at low tide and is thought to be three-quarters intact.

 

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