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American mink

Female American mink skull from Peregrine Fur Farm on Dartmoor....

American mink

Male mink skull from Peregrine Fur Farm on the borders of Dartmoor, near Moretonhampstead....

American mink

In 1951, the first American mink arrived at Mr J.H.F. Stevenson’s Peregrine fur farm on the borders of Dartmoor, near Moretonhampstead. Mink became one of the most sought-after furs in...

Noctule bat

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

Harp seal

In August 1876 Frank Gosden sold this seal skull to RAMM for 5 shillings. The seal it belonged to was transported alive from Greenland to Exeter but died at the...

Chacma baboon

Skull of a male chacma baboon presented to RAMM in 1906 by Mrs Wide, who lived in Uitenhage, Cape Colony, South Africa....

Great roundleaf bat

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

Tiger

This tiger skull is from a four year old animal shot in India in February 1836. Notice its large sharp teeth for ripping meat....

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....

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