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Hello everyone!. These phalanges belong to a mammal of the quaternary, but the problem is their identification. We do not have the skull. In addition, identification is difficult because it is a juvenile specimen. This young specimen already had between 36 to 40 cm high (in four legs) so it was a large animal when he was adult. Any idea?.
Thank you very much!.


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I would think that almost any other bone would be better to id this from - femur, tibia, humerus radius, ulna, calcaneum, astragalus. Also, it appears to be a juvenile.

The plural of "anecdote" is not "evidence".

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