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Help identifying please

United States Maliboo Offline
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    hi can anyone help identify please. Upper canine? Thanks
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The tooth doesn't look very intact, but I guess it should belong to a upper canine tooth of a smallish tiger.
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Anyone want to take a guess? Carved, old pieces seem like they could be a number of things...thanks

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It is way too deformed into the carved sculpture.

All I can say it belongs as the big cat canine teeth, notably tiger's, but some key characteristics to distinguish lion and tiger are beyond recognition, but I would still take my chance on tiger's.
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(02-21-2017, 01:12 AM)GrizzlyClaws Wrote: It is way too deformed into the carved sculpture.

All I can say it belongs as the big cat canine teeth, notably tiger's, but some key characteristics to distinguish lion and tiger are beyond recognition, but I would still take my chance on tiger's.

Thank Grizzly. I have a few more for you here. Do you believe these may be an upper and lower tiger canine left to right? Thanks again.

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Again, it is too carved, but if you want me to take a guess, then I would say yes.
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