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  1. Tidgy's Dad

    Neanderthals Chewed By Hyenas

    From the BBC : Neanderthal remains unearthed in Italian cave - BBC News
  2. fifbrindacier

    tooth or what ?

    Hi, some years ago i inherited this lion tooth (or hyena ?). As i broke it when i desengaged it from its matrix, i kept the matrix without touching it until now. I knew it had something else inside. today i desengaged it and found this. It doesn't have the color of the tooth it was with, so, i wonder what it is : another tooth or maybe concretion ? Here is the lion tooth : Here is the piece i need help for identification : Thank you very much for your help. Cheers, Sophie.
  3. These are a few of the pdf files (and a few Microsoft Word documents) that I've accumulated in my web browsing. MOST of these are hyperlinked to their source. If you want one that is not hyperlinked or if the link isn't working, e-mail me at joegallo1954@gmail.com and I'll be happy to send it to you. Please note that this list will be updated continuously as I find more available resources. All of these files are freely available on the Internet so there should be no copyright issues. Articles with author names in RED are new additions since June 11, 2018
  4. Darko

    Machairodus lower jaw?

    Hi everyone! I need help! I Will have this specimens in a few weeks.The biggest one is Machairodus horibilis lower jaw, i hope so. I got these stuff from my friend from China. Also, as u can see there is a lower canine from a Cave Hyena. But it's somehow long and tick for a Hyena canine. I don't know what to think about the lower jaw, it's more similar to canids and Hyenas then to felids. And yes, at the end phalanx of ferret? If someone can help somehow to determine this, that Will help me a lot to know what's the real truth. Thanks guys again! Darko
  5. MrR

    Artic hyenas?

    Interesting article on a fossil tooth that his been "buried" in a museum vault for years. It was recently identified as a type of hyena that may have roamed the Arctic Circle. NYT subscribers, or those who haven't gone over a free limit, should be able to read. Cheers. Arctic hyena tooth fossil
  6. A news story about the description of fossil hyena teeth from Yukon Territory in Canada is available online: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/06/190618070804.htm The discovery of fossil hyena teeth in Canada fills a gap in understanding the presence of fossil hyenas in the Midwest, showing that extinct hyenas entered North America from Mongolia via Beringia.
  7. Zdravo svima! "Hello everyone!" Again with Ice Age animals! Now with my favorite animal, the Cave Hyena or Crocuta crocuta spelaea.I've done it in my way,also using the spots of one cave painting where Cave Hyena has spots going from the head to the middle of the stomach.And,yes the ear has been bitten by other predator and now scar is visible.I hope u Will like this one Kind regards, Darko
  8. Darko

    Cave Hyena

    Hope u like this one...
  9. Fossil Claw

    hyena tooth

    I picked up this hyena tooth cheap ($14.50 shipped/ I am hoping to get some more details on the species designation. Info from the seller: Location: Hezheng Time period: Miocene Animal: hyena
  10. dcampbell07

    Cave Hyena Jaw Legit?

    I was thinking about buying this cave hyena jaw but am not knowledgable enough to know if it's legit or not..., they say its from Mongolia .Any advice would be appreciated!
  11. Circuitcat

    Fossil tooth ID

    Hello! I won these two teeth from an auction and I am curious as to what they may be. It was listed as a fossil hyena tooth and a smilodon (which I do not believe given the location of the find and anatomy of the tooth, although it does have serrations). Any help would be appreciated =) The teeth are said to come from the Gansu Province, China. Dimension: 1st: 7.3 x 1.9 x 1.2 cm 2nd: 4.6 x 1.3 x 0.8 cm
  12. aplomado

    English Hyena Diagram

    From the album: Fossil Diagrams

  13. ElToro

    Cave Hyena jaw

    From the album: Ice Age Europe

    A partial jaw (teeth missing) of the Cave Hyena from the Pleistocene North Sea. Crocuta crocuta spelaea.
  14. Hello! I recently purchased these two skulls from an estate auction and I would love to know what they are. I have a vague idea as to the identity but I would like a bit of help! Skull #1: Miocene period fossil of a hyena skull? 7 1/4" long, possibly Percrocuta Genus? Good condition with less than 15% restoration. Site: Turkey Skull #2: Miocene Period mustelidae or mephitidae skull fossil?; 4" long Excellent condition with less than 10% restoration. Site: Turkey
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