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Catalog # Name Description
1 1995.30.0020 Skunk, striped Skull. Jawbone not connected. Color: BK,WH
2 1995.30.0028 Wren, house Mounted on a stick. Color: BR,BK
3 1995.30.0029 Hawk, red-tailed Mounted on stick. Color: BR,WH,GY
4 1995.30.1.0006 Beaver Jawbone not connected to skull.
5 1995.30.3.0013 Armadillo, 9-banded Skull. Color: BK
6 1997.28.1.0002 Lion Full skull of lion. Canides are cracked. Mandible broken and glued closed. Teeth do not sit correctly. Upper incisor loose. Written in pencil on left mandible is "C. A. R. 1985 Lion". Stands up to 48" at the shoulders. Weighs 340 - 500 lbs. In "African Experience" exhibit at Provost Office 11/15/05 - 11/15/07. Color: CR 1997.28.1.0002 (Lion) image
7 1997.28.8.0001 Hippopotamus Hippo teeth (a. and b.) that are tan and worn at ends. Teeth open at one end and very fragile. Other end of each is worn and darkened. B. cracked at the bottom of the toost. A. and b. are lfrom the bottom of the mouth and were used to help with the tearing process. Color: TN,BR,BK
8 1997.28.8.0002 Hippopotamus Two hippo teeth (a. and b.) that are tan and worn at ends. Teeth open at end previously connected to mouth of hippo at bottom of jaw, and are very fragile. Bott of a. is cracked along the entire length of tooth. Both teeth are chipped and worn at ends from use. B. Has several cracks near the top of the tooth. A third of each tooth was located under the skin. #2a in "African Experience" exhibit at Provost Office 11/15/05 - 11/15/07. Color: TN,BR,BK
9 1997.28.8.0003 Hippopotamus Curved hippo tteth (a. and b.) that were located at the top of the mouth. Tan in color with darkened areas from wear. The inside of the teeth is filled with a darkened bone marrow. The ends are very dark in colorl Color: TN,BR,BK
10 1997.28.8.0004 Hippopotamus Hippo teeth ( a. and b.) that were part of the front upper part of the jaw. Tan in color with endges worn and discolored from use. Teeth are curved and chipped and nicked at edges. Both in "African Experience" exhibit at Provost Office 11/15/05 - 11/15/07. Color: TN,BR,BK
11 1997.28.8.0005 Hippopotamus Two hipp teeth that are each broken into two pieces ( a.b.c.d.) Teeth were located in the front of the bottom jaw of the hippo and are tan in color. They are very discolored and worn from use. Each tooth is broken in half along the length of the tooth. The teeth are curved and designed for tearing food. A thired of each tooth was located under the skin. Color: TN,BR,BK
12 2006.9.0007 mastodon a long slab of tusk; the piece is slightly concave along the width. The convex side of the tusk is striated lengthwise and relatively smooth. The concave side is very rough, with three distinct rough notches that jut from the slab. The coloration on the concave side is very uneven. Color: DK BR
13 2006.9.0008 walrus long semi-cylindiral an dslightyl bowed tusk. The surface of the tusk has a furrowed texture that runs the length of the top. One end of the tusk has chipped away, exposing a pulpy core. The flat base of the tusk reveals the pulp cavity which runs the length of the center of the tusk. Color: TN and BR
14 2006.9.0010 walrus long curved, crescent-shaped tooth with striated pattern widthwise and fine grooves along the length. Upper part of the tooth contains knobby protusions and tip of the tooth has been chipped off. Color: CR
15 2006.9.0011 walrus this tooth is large and tear-shaped with a texture similar to tree bark. Along one side there is a split/crack that runs nearly the entire length of the tooth Color: TN and BR
16 2006.9.0029 Tooth, animal small tooth; the root of the tooth is smaller and is narrower than the rest of the tooth. A shallow indentation runs lengthwise down the center of both sides of the tooth. The tip appears to have been broken off. A seal tooth. Color: TN Tooth, animal image
17 2006.9.0058 Tooth, animal this tooth is a broad crescent shape. The covex side of the tooth has a shallow groove that runs the length of the tooth. The two sides of the tooth are bumpy and uneven. Color: TN Tooth, animal image
18 2006.9.0061 Tooth this tooth is crescent-shaped and cylindrical. The piece is mostly tan until it becomes ivory and dark brown along a clear perpendicular line at the base of the tooth. This portion curves sharply and ends in a sharp point. Likely from a seal. Color: TN Tooth image
19 2006.9.0062 Tooth the tooth arcs towards the tooth's tip. The upper portion is grey. The tooth abruptly turns tan along a distinct perpendicular line. Several grey veins can be seen in the tan portion; a crack runs the length of the tan portion. Likely from a seal. Color: GY and TN Tooth image
20 2006.9.0063 Tooth a flattened tooth that is mottled tan and brown, the tooth gradually flattens and narrows into a sharp tip. The piece arcs and the tip is curved sharply. The tip is cream colored. Likely from a seal. Color: TN and CR Tooth image
21 2006.9.0064 Tooth, animal very smooth cylindrical tooth that makes a rainbow arc. The root of the tooth is flattened, while the tooth's tip narrows to a dull point. The tip is also more brown than the rest of the tooth. Is most likely an unerupted tooth of a toothed whale. Color: CR Tooth, animal image
22 2006.9.0065 Tooth this tooth is fairly flat and arcs towards the tip. A shallow groove urns along the tooth's brown tip. The other side of the tip is tan. The root of the tooth is hollow and the top of the root is opened with a jagged hole. Likely from a Seal. Color: TN and BR Tooth image
23 2006.9.0066 Tooth a small thooth, it is crescent-shaped and vaires in coloration. The tooth tip is clearly demarcated due to a color change to a creamy ivory color. The tip is quite sharp. Likely from a Seal. Color: TN Tooth image