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megaholic

 

This carnassial tooth has a prominent carnassial notch, which suggests to me that its felid vs. canid. Size is 7/8 long by 1/2 inch wide. Seems too big for any small carnivores. Thanks for helping.

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Harry Pristis

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megaholic

Thanks Harry.  Looks like a  good  match for m1

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PrehistoricWonders

Yup, large Felix M1. Most likely Jaguar based on commonality. I don’t have any personal examples of a Jaguar Carnassial, but here are a couple large cat M1s. The first being a nice Jaguar M1 that sold awhile ago on a popular site, and the second is a pride and joy piece of my collection haha. Extremely rare partial Smilodon Gracilis M1.

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