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Mar 22, 2014 1:03 PM

Please help identify this jaw

I know it's a jaw from a predator but not sure what, does anyone else have any idea? :)

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    Mar 22, 2014 2:21 PM (in response to Dale1994)
    Re: Please help identify this jaw

    It looks like a seal jaw to me. You don't say where it was found. In the UK the are two common types of seal; grey and common. Grey seal have jaw lengths about 20cm but they look more robust than this (although I am comparing with a male) and the front three molars teeth have a single point and the back two molars two or three points. Common seal have jaw lengths around14cm and all the molars have multiple points. I think it is a young grey seal, possibly a female.

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