This is a 3D laser scan of part of a molar tooth of Equus neogeus. It is in two parts (the other part is specimen number NHMUK PV M 16558 a). The tooth was collected in 1832-1833 at Punta Alta in Argentina by Charles Darwin and is between 129,000 and 11,700 years old. It is part of the Earth Sciences collection at the Natural History Museum, London. This has been scanned as part of the Museum’s Darwin Fossil Mammals digitisation project. Find out more at www.nhm.ac.uk/darwinsfossils.
36mm x 20mm x 13mm.
Specimen number NHMUK PV M 16558 b Visit the dataset (https://doi.org/10.5519/0086786) and specimen record (https://data.nhm.ac.uk/object/bb67eb63-c766-4545-9a1e-42ce885cfef6) on the Museum’s Data Portal for images and to request high resolution scan data.
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