I live in the US, in Maryland and I found a miocene sloth
Tooth and it was identified as such, no other specimens
have ever been found from the Calvert formation.I kept looking
In the same place and found a cervical vertibral that I know is sloth but I can't
get anybody to identify the vertibrae. Its a new species. I'm a
amateur paleontologist but a professional fossil collector
and I have found everything, this very is strange, looks like
Its made out of wood. It screams Sloth but I just get "we don't know
What it is" please let me know if I can send you a pic of the bone.
It would be my lifes dream to discover a new species.

Thanks, Dirk Osborne.

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