This mammoth tooth is in great condition with its roots intact. Its very rare to have the roots intact.
A mammoth generally went through 5 sets of molars, The first molars were about the size of those of a human, around 0.51 inches , the third set were about 6 inches long, and the fifth were about 12 inches long. The molars grew larger with each replacement.
This mammoth tooth was probably from the 2nd or 3rd set.
Late Pleistocene era 20,000 +/- years ago
4.5 x 2.24 x 5 inches, 665 grams