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Kasia

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Dear TFF Members,

 

these are the fossils I found during my last fossil hunt - I need help with ID :)

 

No. 1 Skull and vert of?

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No. 2 A part of jaw with 1 tooth :)

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No. 3 Teeth of?

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No. 4 Three fragments of jaws - teeth seem the same to me

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No. 5 - the teeth did not survive, so it will be probably quite difficult to ID, but I'll give it a try

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No. 6

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No. 7 It has the same colour as the skull and vert no. 1

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No. 8

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Harry Pristis

Most of these identifiable teeth are from domestic pigs.  No. 4 has a deer-like ramus, but that's a weak factor.  No. 5 is a canid -- dog, wolf.

 

 

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10 hours ago, Coco said:

7 is perhaps a Castoridae.

 

Coco

Hi,

Thanks. That would be really cool :) Do you think the skull and the vertebra on picture no. 1 are also of the same animal? 

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Hi,

 

I don't think the skull is castoridae because they don't have a sagittal crest like that. I can't help you about the vertebra, except maybe it’s an atlas.

 

Coco

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I'm a bit confused! Are these specimens from Africa as were the fossils from your previous post? If so my IDs will depend on where they are from.  The top several pictures are the back portion of a skull. What you are calling a verteba  is the basioccipital bone,the back of the skull.  The large opening is the foramen magnum through which the madulla oblongota  exits beginning the spinal cord.  These two bones should fit snugly together if they are from the same individual. The maxillary bones with the tooth are from a rodent and could be part of this skull,the color seem to match.  Any further identifications will have to wait  locality of specimens. 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, fossillarry said:

I'm a bit confused! Are these specimens from Africa as were the fossils from your previous post? If so my IDs will depend on where they are from.  The top several pictures are the back portion of a skull. What you are calling a verteba  is the basioccipital bone,the back of the skull.  The large opening is the foramen magnum through which the madulla oblongota  exits beginning the spinal cord.  These two bones should fit snugly together if they are from the same individual. The maxillary bones with the tooth are from a rodent and could be part of this skull,the color seem to match.  Any further identifications will have to wait  locality of specimens. 

 

 

 

 

 

Hi,

nope - these are from Poland :) from the facility excavating sand from the Vistula River, not far from Warsaw.

 

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