A 12-year-old boy found this woolly mammoth molar outside his family's inn near Ohio's Honey Run Creek. From a post on the Inn at Honey Run's site:
Jackson writes in an account of the discovery, "I found the mammoth tooth about ten yards upstream from the bridge we had our family pictures on. It was partially buried on the left side of the creek. It was completely out of the water on the creek bed."
Within a few days, the item was indeed identified by numerous scholars and professors including Dale Gnidovec of The Ohio State University's Orton Geological Museum, Nigel Brush of Ashland University's Geology Department, and P. Nick Kardulias College of Wooster' Program of Archeology.
Now, Jackson awaits the safe return of his tooth, also writing, "I would like to have my tooth back in my hands as soon as possible. I want to show my friends."