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White River Teeth and Astragali


jamhill

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All from Nebraska. I thought the last astragalus was Mesohippus at first, but it seems much flatter than the other Mesohippus ones I have. Any and all help is much appreciated. 

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Top tooth looks like deer or antilocaprid, the middle astragalus appears to be a small to med sized carnivore which appears cat-like.  The bottom astragalus might be your deer/antilocaprid.  Just my guesses at first glance.  All mammals.

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Pretty sure that is a cat - or rather namrivid - probably  Dinictis squaliadens Oligocene local fauna

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