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Canine Tooth - France


BellamyBlake

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BellamyBlake

Hi,

 

I have here a tooth, Neolithic (6,500 - 12,000 years old). It is described as indeterminate canine from Voulgézac, France. It is 4 cm in length. Is there any way to say which species it could be from?

 

Thank you,

Bellamy

 

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Harry Pristis

From an archeological site, it's probably from a domestic dog.

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LabRatKing
32 minutes ago, Harry Pristis said:

From an archeological site, it's probably from a domestic dog.

I agree, likely Canis lupus or C. lupus familiaris.

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BellamyBlake
16 hours ago, Harry Pristis said:

From an archeological site, it's probably from a domestic dog.

 

15 hours ago, LabRatKing said:

I agree, likely Canis lupus or C. lupus familiaris.

Thank you both :D

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