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not a fossil but you guys know your stuff

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I'm trying to identify bones ive found at an indian site in Kansas, without the teeth this one is tricky ive googled coyote, opossum, raccoon, bobcat, and without teeth they all look a lot alike, maybe you guys see something i dont

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Bullsnake

Size? And a top view will help someone ID it for you.;)

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this one is also throwing me some, it seems deep and blocky almost human like (it definitely isn't) the tooth looks kind of like a opossum but i dont know. I'm thinking it just happened to break in a funny way and it is probably from some raccoon/opossum sized animal but the patina is different from the first jaw, i think this one is much older

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heres a size and top, i took the pictures for my own personal catalogue so i didn't put anything in them for size comparisons because i already know how big they are haha

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Troodon

First one Deer jaw 

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aerogrower

I agree first looks like a deer jaw.

 

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a very young one? its only 3 inches long 

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