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18 results found with "mammal: skull"

Noctule bat

Skull from the collection of WSM D’Urban....

Great roundleaf bat

Tiny skull from a male great roundleaf bat, collected by EB Howell 6 May 1913 at 5,400ft in Tengyueh, China....

Sloth bear

Although bears belong to the order Carnivora, the flesh eaters, and have robust skulls and powerful canine teeth, most of them are omnivores. The sloth bear even feeds on termites....

European rabbit

Rabbits’ teeth grow constantly. If the upper and lower teeth don’t meet the teeth will not wear down. Here, the lower teeth have grown far too long making iyt very...

Serotine bat

Tiny serotine bat skull collected at Glen Loch, Bartlett’s Canyon in California in May 1885. From the collection of WSM D’Urban....

Chinese water deer

Adult males of this species of deer use their large tusks for fighting. This specimen originates from China, although introduced populations exist in the UK, either having escaped from captivity...

African elephant

This massive skull is from an African elephant (Loxodonta africana). In November 1931 Dr WE Glover of Winkleigh in Devon donated this impressive specimen to RAMM. It is just one...

Siberian sledge dog

This skull belonged to a Siberian sledge dog on the 1910-1913 British Antarctic Expedition to the South Pole, led by Captain R. F. Scott (‘Scott of the Antarctic’). The...

False killer whale

This adult false killer whale skull was from the collection of a private collector who lived in Topsham, close to the Museum. It was donated after his death in the...

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