Jaw bone

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Tattoos, Ink, Bugs And Insects, Crows, Art, Crow Beak, Deer Skeleton, Deer Skulls, Fallow Deer

These are four wild Fallow deer jaw bones dried and preserved ready for a multitude of craft projects. These unusual items are suitable for a number of decorative, design, art, craft or study purposes. They have been expertly dried and are still in their natural state ready for further whitening, decoration etc as required. Each measures approx. 7ins long but may vary a little depending on animal size. My photos are stock images. Some jaw bones may have a few missing teeth. We have been…

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Sarah Kessler
"This is a real large cow lower jaw, you will get one side of the lowerjaw.  It has been whitened and cleaned from nature, dose have some discolor or dark spots and chew marks from critters chewing on it. This is a great jaw, but is missing the front teeth. Great jaw bone to use as is or for painting/carving. Approx. 15\" long and  9 1/2\" tall. This is a very nice lower jaw. This is the one you will get." Cow, Nature, Nice, Skulls, Cow Bones, Bones, Jaw Bone, Critter, Front Teeth

"This is a real large cow lower jaw, you will get one side of the lowerjaw. It has been whitened and cleaned from nature, dose have some discolor or dark spots and chew marks from critters chewing on it. This is a great jaw, but is missing the front teeth. Great jaw bone to use as is or for painting/carving. Approx. 15\" long and 9 1/2\" tall. This is a very nice lower jaw. This is the one you will get."

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Pelin
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Differences of the age-related human skull morphology. Small fragment from the page #44 of the new Head & Neck Anatomy book - www.anatomynext.com

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Ashley Zahrt