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Lion Canines

Switzerland jbanneheka Offline
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Hello everybody

I have a little question regarding a Lion teeth Pendent.
I bought a Pendent with a Lion teeth from a good friend.
There I saw a little dark line. (please check attached image.)

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Now my question:
Maybe this lion has died with the old (I have read lion can live about 20 years) and these teeth will get older and its going to died as well. Is it so?
If yes, then the teeth will produce bacteria, and may I NOT wear them?
Or can I wear it for future?
Or this dard line is just a natural and I may have to clean them?

Does anyone have an idea?

Many thanks for your help.

cheers
Deesh
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( This post was last modified: 02-16-2018, 12:54 PM by GrizzlyClaws )

I need to see the whole canine, and yours only got the crown part which is hard to distinguish.

For now, I can only say it is likely the crown part of a big cat canine, but the root part is significant to distinguish between lion and tiger.

As for the preservation of the tooth, I think you need to consult to those taxidermy forums.
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(02-16-2018, 12:51 PM)GrizzlyClaws Wrote: I need to see the whole canine, and yours only got the crown part which is hard to distinguish.

For now, I can only say it is likely the crown part of a big cat canine, but the root part is significant to distinguish between lion and tiger.

As for the preservation of the tooth, I think you need to consult to those taxidermy forums.

Thanks a lot @GrizzlyClaws for your quickly response and thanks you @sanjay for suggetion.
Unfortunately, I dont have whole canine of this.
But he given me some more photos, something he still having. I have put there numbers. (4 canine).
The number 4, he said its tiger canine and 1-3 ist lion canine.
what you think?

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thanks a lot @GrizzlyClaws.

cheers
Jagath from Switzerland
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The number #1-3 are actually camel teeth, while the number #4 doesn't look like a big cat canine tooth either.

Many vendors have often used something else to counterfeit the big cat canine teeth.

The real big cat canine teeth look very neat, and you can see some substantial amount of examples in this thread.


https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-big-cat-s-canines-and-claws
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(02-17-2018, 12:00 AM)GrizzlyClaws Wrote: The number #1-3 are actually camel teeth, while the number #4 doesn't look like a big cat canine tooth either.

Many vendors have often used something else to counterfeit the big cat canine teeth.

The real big cat canine teeth look very neat, and you can see some substantial amount of examples in this thread.


https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-big-cat-s-canines-and-claws

Hi @GrizzlyClaws 

Thanks a lot for your response and saving me.
I bought only one canine teeth from him.

Thanks for this thread. It helps a lot.

love it!

Many greetings from Switzerland
Jagath
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(02-17-2018, 01:31 AM)jbanneheka Wrote:
(02-17-2018, 12:00 AM)GrizzlyClaws Wrote: The number #1-3 are actually camel teeth, while the number #4 doesn't look like a big cat canine tooth either.

Many vendors have often used something else to counterfeit the big cat canine teeth.

The real big cat canine teeth look very neat, and you can see some substantial amount of examples in this thread.


https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-big-cat-s-canines-and-claws

Hi @GrizzlyClaws 

Thanks a lot for your response and saving me.
I bought only one canine teeth from him.

Thanks for this thread. It helps a lot.

love it!

Many greetings from Switzerland
Jagath


Here is some real authentic lion fangs.


African lion


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Cave lion


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Switzerland jbanneheka Offline
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wow... it looks great..

thanks @GrizzlyClaws  for sharing those infos..

cheers
Jagath
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