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Dear Guys, Today I walked in the sandy building site where the sand was deeply mixed up and found this humerus piece. It is very small talking about artiodactyls (the articular part is only 3 cm width) and judging by joint relief and shape it is surely very small bovid. I checked the Antilope cervicapra bones in the internet publication and looks the same! The width of the A. cervicapra humerus joint is also between 3 and 4 cm. I am almost sure that sheeps and goats have bigger bones and wider articular surface in the end of humerus. Please help to confirm the bone identification