A man found a molar on a beach in the USA. The associated animal has been extinct for around 10,000 years.

Kyle Finley made a special discovery on a beach in South Carolina, USA. He found a huge molar, as “Newseek” reported.

The man says he happened to look down and saw six spikes sticking out of the sand. “I immediately thought it might be a mastodon tooth,” Finley told Newsweek. He went on to say about his fossil discovery: “I couldn’t believe it and was completely shocked.”

A spokesman for the Natural History Museum in London confirmed that it was the molar of an American mastodon. 

The animal belongs to the mammoth genus, writes “National Geographic”. It has been extinct for about 10,000 years. 

According to Newsweek, one of Finley’s favorite things to do on the beach is fossil hunting. He wants to keep his find. Finley will likely take the tooth to a museum or university to learn more about it. He would also like to receive advice on how to properly store and store the molar. 

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