Sunday, July 12, 2009


When I first saw this set of choppers in the grass beside the trail, my hope was that I didn’t meet the animal with such a menacing grin. This definitely looks like the business end of something with a wicked bite.

When properly oriented, these two pieces of skull look much less intimidating. This is actually part of the dental work of the largest wild mammal found at Blue Jay Barrens.

You’re looking at the upper three molars and third premolar of the Whitetail Deer.

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