Woolly mammoth tooth may have been found by N.H. fishers

02/21/2013 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

A New Hampshire couple, Mike and Padi Anderson, caught more than scallops on a recent fishing trip. They came back with what a geologist says could be a woolly mammoth tooth. The five-pound tooth has remnants of a root. "It's just a wild feeling to hold something that was living 10,000 years ago in your hand," Padi Anderson said.

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