R. Gregory Absalom, Stuart M. K. Henderson; A tooth of Elephas primigenius from Headswood, Larbert, Stirlingshire [Scotland]. Geological Magazine ; 84 (3): 181–184. doi:
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The tooth was found in a sand pit near a glacial kame deposit. Only its central part remains, the grinding ridges and the root fangs being worn away. It was probably carried here by water from the retreating glacier.
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