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Whose Skull is it?
#46
No, but it was a bone crusher. An old member of Carnivora who collected skulls may be a clue.
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#47
The "running" hyena i suppose.

An juvenille Dinocrocuta.
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#48
A percrocutid like Dinocrocuta?
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#49
Yes Dinocrocuta. Some one else post a skull!
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#50
What about this one:
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#51
Stylinodon mirus (Taeniodonta)?
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#52
No. But you can try again.
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#53
This is a difficult one. Could you give me some clues?
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#54
A metharian...........
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#55
Borhyaena tuberata (Borhyaenidae)?
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#56
Correct...........
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#57
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#58
Going off on a limb here...vampire bat?
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#59
(08-21-2018, 10:56 AM)Ausar Wrote: Going off on a limb here...vampire bat?

That was a very good limb to go off! Yes Common Vampire Bat. Post a skull Ausar!
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