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2 tooth in cave

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Napoleon North

Hi 

 

Is this fossil?

Is this wolf tooth?

Location: Twardowski Cave , Kraków , Southern PolandIMG_1460.JPG.ec26bb0731e2e541861c9fb058337515.JPG

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Spinosaurus

i am not an expert on teeth, but i agree with the wolf. but im not sure about the second picture.

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Napoleon North

In comparison with the teeth found in this cave...

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Fossildude19

Awfully small for wolf, I would think. :unsure: 

 

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caldigger
3 hours ago, Napoleon North said:

 

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Here is a picture of Canis familiaris (modern dog) 

Pleistocene from N.W. coast of Alaska for comparison.

 

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Darktooth

Nice finds!

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abyssunder

It looks more like Vulpes rather than Canis lower carnassial (m1), to me.
The other tooth is the canine.

 

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picture from here

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WhodamanHD
23 minutes ago, abyssunder said:

Vulpes

Fox in layman’s terms.

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