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Jun 11, 2014 1:51 PM

Small Bones found under a fireplace

Hi There,

 

Can anyone help us identify these bones? Found in rubble and dirt under concrete in what would have originally been a fire place in a 1930's terrace. Presuming (/hoping) they are bones of a small animal(s). Can anyone confirm... not sure if we want to keep digging!

 

Is there a way of getting them properly identified?

 

Thanks

Alan.

 

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    Jun 17, 2014 9:16 PM (in response to Londonbones)
    Re: Small Bones found under a fireplace

    The triangular bone is a scapula (shoulder blade) of a rabbit and the bone to the left of it a rabbit humerus (arm bone). The three curved bones are ribs. The odd shaped bone with a spike and small hole is a vertebrae from a 'chop'.

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