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Help with ID of lower jaw from carnivore

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mark100pe

I found this in a creek bottom in central Ohio after a flood that caused extensive erosion.  I'm thinking it might be a fox or coyote, but really don't know.  I was hoping someone with more expertise in this area could assist me in identifying it.  Thanks, Mark

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ynot

Welcome to TFF!

Can You give the size?

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calhounensis

Pig jaw.

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Harry Pristis

I agree, Sus scrofa mandible.

 

 

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mark100pe

Thank you for your input. 


Mark

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