UF/FGS 5680, the lower left first molar (m1) of Floridatragulus dolichanthereus. Left: occlusal surface; right: medial surface (side facing the tongue). Photo © VP FLMNH.

Fossil Friday: A camel tooth

This Fossil Friday, we have a tooth from the camelid Floridatragulus dolichanthereus. This specimen was found by Stanley J. Olsen … Continue

By Ariel Guggino

Pocket Horse

Let’s imagine for a moment the great western plains of North America. The sky is blue, up above seems to … Continue

A partial mandible belonging to the camelid Nothokemas

Full Circle

A few weeks ago when the rest of the Museum interns and myself went to Thomas Farm, we excavated a … Continue

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American Camel

It is most likely that every time we think of a camel the first thing that comes to our minds … Continue