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jasonlwjy posted a topic in AsiaThis individual of the jaw segment may be not smaller than the largest indarctos oreogonensis(The huge individual of indarctos oreogonensis is shown in the 6th picture, which is a huge jaw with the length of 369mm. It’s full length of head may be longer than 55cm, much larger than any bear presents in the modern world ). For this huge bear jaw segment found in china, its depth of jaw behind the canine(Shown in the 4th photo) has a value even larger than the corresponding part of the largest indarctos oreogonensis(data’s shown in the table from the paper on the 5th photo, I had drawn a circle a
Here are some more late miocene fossils I found close to Shipwerck beech/Hamra 1. The small tooth is about 40mm long, I am hoping it belongs to a monkey, since there have only been 2 other monkey teeth found in the UAE. It might just be a rodent, but I want to make sure, the larger tooth was found almost at the exact same spot. I hope you guys can get an Id for them.
From the album: BONESThese are toe bones, proximal-medial-distal (ungual, hoof core), of a three-toed horse from the Late Miocene-Early Pliocene of Florida. Note the sesamoid bone in place under the ungual/medial joint.
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