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    Quote Originally Posted by walkabout View Post
    right now i have deer head buried so nature can clean it up, then that will be bleached and grace the wall.
    Got a coyote and two wolves in the backyard for the same reason.

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    Looks like a coon to me.

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    I have googled a few images. I am quite confident that it is a Raccoon. This skull is bulbous in the rear unlike the images I have seen posted for opossum skulls (that all appear to have a ridge that almost appears like a mo-hawk (for lack of a better description).

    Thanks for all the help guys!

    I would LOVE to see some of the skulls you fellows talk about having, and the manner in which you display them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GKiT View Post
    If you got that question right on the test, your teacher was wrong too.

    It is raccoon. Not a guess.
    I never said I got it right, I just said I remembered it from the test

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    I will have to agree that it looks like racoon

    Racoon

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    looks like a coon...

    glad i saw this thread, about a month back i was doing a few of the bushclass usa assignments and found this skull in the woods. idk what it is
    what do you guys think?.....hobbit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theeagleye92 View Post
    looks like a coon...

    glad i saw this thread, about a month back i was doing a few of the bushclass usa assignments and found this skull in the woods. idk what it is
    Fawn it looks like to me. Eye shape, tooth shape, etc.

    On second look.. rabbit? Do you have the skull still? Any measurements could help. I want to say deer fawn, but even then it looks a tad small.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OzaawaaMigiziNini View Post
    Fawn it looks like to me. Eye shape, tooth shape, etc.

    On second look.. rabbit? Do you have the skull still? Any measurements could help. I want to say deer fawn, but even then it looks a tad small.
    i'll measure it tomorrow .....it was pretty big for a rabbit, larger than my fist by quite a bit
    It was in southern missouri

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theeagleye92 View Post
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    I would LOVE to see some of the skulls you fellows talk about having, and the manner in which you display them.
    I have a coyote skull, and a young beaver (missing the lower jaw) sitting on the top of my computer desk. A couple of European white-tail mounts on the wall above them. The coyote skull had to be wired together (museum style) to attach the jaw bone, and hold the two lower front pieces together.

    Quote Originally Posted by Theeagleye92 View Post
    ... found this skull in the woods. idk what it is
    what do you guys think?.....hobbit?
    Quote Originally Posted by OzaawaaMigiziNini View Post
    Fawn it looks like to me. Eye shape, tooth shape, etc.
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    Those look like deer teeth to me, too. As far as size, it could have been still born. House cat skulls look half the size they ought to, also.

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    Deer skull. Missing nasal area.

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