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As far as I can tell, this is a single rooted tooth. I suspect (or hope because it would be very cool) it being pretty old, since it is so dark in colour. It is not very pointy, so it doesn´t look like a carnivore tooth to me.

On the picture I think the sequence of the the positional relationship from front left to bottom right is labial, palatinal, mesial, distal. I'm leaning towards a mandibular incisor. I'm not sure if this could be a human tooth, but it fits size-wise.

It was found on a glacial freshwater lake in Germany. The right side of the scale is in cm.

I would be grateful if anyone has an idea about the owner of this tooth, or could point me in a good direction on how to further narrow it down.

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    $\begingroup$ there's a reddit called what's this bone. $\endgroup$ Jul 15, 2023 at 18:53
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    $\begingroup$ Tooth is a good guess, but it's not a human tooth, that much is certain. The root is curved, which would imply (if it's a mandibular tooth) that the mandible is shorter and more curved than ours. My goats had teeth that looked similar to this, but that's not much help, sorry. $\endgroup$ Jul 15, 2023 at 21:42

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