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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Nov 2008
    Tokyo, Japan


    Quote Originally Posted by txrepgirl View Post
    OK. I looked up different skulls. Maybe this will answer the question .

    Cat skull :
    Very good and thank you for identifying what my found is
    But now I got another interst
    What is the skull you atached above???
    Looks like a deer or sheep, but the size of the skull is very tiny
    Looks weird and I want it!
    Absolutely not a cat, but some demonish

  2. #12
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    Dec 2009
    Finger Lakes, NY


    the "cat skull" in that pic looks like a small/kitten skull with fake horns & teeth made out of clay
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  3. #13
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    Sep 2007


    I think that lovely skull looks very much like this cat:

    but without the occipital flange - that thin collar-like thing standing out at the back of the head. In a cat with flesh, muscles would attach to it to make the cat look mean. I think face and jaw muscles, but also I'm guessing muscles that work with the shoulder blades, to allow the cat to give that extra "I don't care if you die" shrug after they arch their back. The lack of flange in this specimen suggests that it was either a very sweet cat or pseudofeline -- actually a type of dolphin that mimics cats in order to take advantage of ready food sources provided by people leaving bowls of tuna on their back porches. It is very rare to find them in open meadows more than 50 meters from the ocean.

    That little horned thing at is a Himalayan horned frog. Only the males have horns and they use them in territorial battles with other males. They fight over a limited number of optimum nesting sites--they prefer luffa gourds cracked open and filled with rain water. Rarely seen alive.


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