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Old 04-20-04, 05:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Found some cool looking teeth on the bech!

Hey every one. Taday i went to the bech, and found some really weird looking teeth with one other bone pice. On the ends they look to be curved in/out. Here is their pic. Any one have any idea from what animal they came??

http://www.ssnakess.com/photopost/s...&cat=500&page=1
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Old 04-20-04, 05:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Sorry, the link doesn't work.

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http://www.ssnakess.com/photopost/sh...cat=500&page=1

hope this will.
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Do u know what they are from?
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thats what hes asking lol. Those look pretty cool, maybe they are from a dog/ coyote?
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i'd guess a cat
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they really don't look like canine teeth to me!
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it's not canine teeth, all of them are little triangles, canine teeth look completely different. They could be cat teeth from the shape of it. Do a google on animal teeth.
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I don't see any molars there (unless they fell off), so it would rule out dogs, cats, and a lot of other animals. The teeth are sharp like predators, sharp to bite chunk out of a body. Without molars, it would have to be some animal that swallows chunks, doesn't chew and grind it up much.
What's that narrow it down to?
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I would probably be able to tell you what it came from if I had more accurate shots from different angles and counts on the incisors/molars/canines, but all I know is that those teeth came from a carniverous animal. They strangely remind me of a larger than average red fox but as I said I would need more information to go upon.
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Its a fish jaw.. (Im not sure what king though)
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A few more pics of the teeth
http://www.ssnakess.com/photopost/sh...cat=500&page=1

http://www.ssnakess.com/photopost/sh...cat=500&page=1

The weirdest thing about them is that the front 4 teeth are a bet bend on the end.
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those are spring salmon jaw bones.
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Looks like salmon to me too. See how the end curves down. They get that when they hit there old ugly stage.

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Those are cool, I was wondering about salmon.

If salmon jaws look that weird, I want some!

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