Coryphodon Mammal Fossil Incisor Tooth Eocene Willwood Formation WY Eocene

The fossil, approximatly 50 million years old, was found on the surface of the Willwood Formation near Worland, Wyoming. An incisor tooth with almost perfect enamel. My father and I hunted these fossils in the 1960's and this specimen is part of the collection. Coryphodon was a pantodont, a member of the worlds first group of large browsing mammals.