A bone fragment with evidence of cuts by prehistoric stone points or knives on this fossilized jawbone of an Ice Age pig indicates that this animal was handled by a human and possibly formed part of an Ice Age man's dinner. Two teeth are still present. Observe the cuts on the bone to left and right of the one inch mark on the ruler in the first picture.
Provenance: From the collection of a renowned collector of fossils in the Treasure Coast of Florida (actual name to be provided on request).
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