The creeks here in Austin County are down low from the drought and wonderful things have appeared. When I look at one of these huge teeth I think about Clovis man going up against a six ton behemoth with his atlatl and spears. Remarkable people hunting remarkable animals with remarkable weapons.
Thank you for your kind observations.
Silver, I don't use or need these ancient teeth, I just like them. I consider them to be a gravel bar bonus when I am really looking for artifacts. Several years ago I placed a couple of dozen wood duck nesting boxes along the creek and the activity they generate is always a plus in the spring and summer months.........sort of something to look forward to around the next bend in the creek.
The Waco potentates have just anounced that the big Mammoth site [ thats big in area and number of animals ]
has been officially been taken into the National Park service, Now maybe some "recovery" funds will come pouring in to make it a good place to visit. Hopefully at least like the Glen Rose facilities !