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Description:

It's about 26mm high and 27mm wide

Habitat:

prairie

Notes:

I believe this is a animal skeleton, I am not to sure on what species this is but I would be so grateful if someone could help me identify this.

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11 Comments

m.cardenas.067
m.cardenas.067 5 years ago

Thank you Ava

Ava T-B
Ava T-B 5 years ago

This could go in the Identifying Animals Through Osteology mission at http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/8475...

m.cardenas.067
m.cardenas.067 5 years ago

Thank you so much Jellis, ill check it out 馃槉

Jellis
Jellis 5 years ago

I did find a site you can try. That is all they do.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bone-Iden...

Jellis
Jellis 5 years ago

Still not sure but with these photos maybe someone else can figure it out. My first guess was hip of large animal. That is a large bone mass there.

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m.cardenas.067
m.cardenas.067 5 years ago

Photos are uploaded

m.cardenas.067
m.cardenas.067 6 years ago

I found it just like that, and yes ill provide pictures of different angles .

Jellis
Jellis 6 years ago

And do you or could you supply other angles?

Jellis
Jellis 6 years ago

Was that two pieces put together or did you find it just like that?

Davidbygott
Davidbygott 6 years ago

It's the rear part of a small skull, probably mammal, seen from below. Maybe someone else can take it further!

m.cardenas.067
Spotted by
m.cardenas.067

Kermit, Texas, USA

Spotted on Nov 18, 2014
Submitted on Nov 24, 2014

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