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Skulls, Skeletons, Canines & Claws

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Dear GrizzlyClaws,

Id be very interested in adquiring a bengal tiger canine from india posted some time ago. Please contact me at jcandel86@icloud.com or by whatsup at 0097455156265. Best regards
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(02-23-2017, 06:56 AM)Jcandel Wrote: Dear GrizzlyClaws,

Id be very interested in adquiring a bengal tiger canine from india posted some time ago. Please contact me at jcandel86@icloud.com or by whatsup at 0097455156265. Best regards

Those canine teeth don't belong to me, and I don't think it is legitimate to sell the big cats' items.

The sole purpose I created this thread is for study and to share the discussion.
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Apologies
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Welcome to the forum @Jcandel , Most of the country including India have made it illegal, you can not trade the body part of animals. Though in many other country it is perfectly legal, Before buying these items you must find that whether it is legal in seller country and in your country too.
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Thank you very much Sanjay, id love to own one of this felines canines. Taking in advantage of your expertise guys, can you asses if the following is a genuine lion tooth? Regards

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@GrizzlyClaws , Its your call.
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@Jcandel

It is too carved, and I cannot see the root part.

It is easier to identify a fully intact canine tooth.
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I have a photo of a Megantereon's canine that i've made in a museum. Can i insert here or is better in "Freak Felids - A Discussion of History's Largest Felines"?
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@Ngala , Post it here.
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Thnak you Sanjay.

Canine of Megantereon cultridens (previously known as Machairodus cultridens), from Geological and Palaeontological Museum "Giovanni Cappellini", Bologna (Italy). This canine is from the Alvernia region in France.

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It is beautiful, a very typical machairodontine canine tooth, very different from those of the pantherines.
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