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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Anybody know...

What these are?
for point of reference
that's an old chew container 
(Skoal, Copenhagen...)

I'll fill ya in on the answer later in the week...

13 comments:

  1. Shot in the dark here...Teeth?

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  2. To be more precise, a ruminant, probably a sheep?

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  3. They look like teeth that have fallen out of an old skull, like something you'd find in the bush. From the curved tooth, I'd say some type of carnivore.

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  4. They are yucky that's what they are...haha Kidding! I'm not sure what kind of teeth they are but they are teeth.

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  5. My guess would be teeth/old bone fragments, as well. Maybe from sheep/goats?

    The farm where the horses are raises sheep. Sheep seem to have a fairly high mortality rate,for a variety of reasons. Since they've raised sheep there for a LONG time, stumbling over a skull and/or assorted bits and pieces of bone isn't unusual. I even collected a dozen or so skulls once that the local library cleaned and used for a summer reading project. (The kids all painted their very own "buffalo" skull to take home.)

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  6. I would guess ruminant too, only that one canine tooth doesn't fit in. Perhaps they're from multiple sources?

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  7. Teeth , but not sure who's , a scoal container is pretty small...

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  8. Teeth from a small-ish omnivore?

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  9. No idea but I liked reading everyone else's answers! ;)

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  10. I'd say squirell or opossum teeth since its a skoal tin..:-)

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