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Skull of Barbourofelis, extinct carnivorous mammals which lived during the Miocene (15 to 6 mio years ago) in North America. The appearance of this predator reminded very much the saber-toothed tigers. The structure of the barbourofelis was very strong: it might look like a lion with the physique of a bear or a bear with the head of a lion.

Skull of Barbourofelis, extinct carnivorous mammals which lived during the Miocene to 6 mio years ago) in North America. For a parallel evolution phenomenon, the appearance of this predator reminded very much the saber-toothed tigers.

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Pregnant woman and child's remains

Skeleton of a woman and foetus/baby who both died during the mother's pregnancy

Skeleton of mother and baby, who both died during birth. My mother's mother died giving birth to her 8 th child so I guess her skeleton must look like this because the baby died inside of her. How very sad for my Mom to grow up without a mother.

sixpenceee:Skull of a woman with monocephalus diprosopus. This is a form of conjoined twinning characterized by a single head and two faces. From the Museum of Anatomy in Montpellier, France.

sixpenceee: “Skull of a woman with monocephalus diprosopus. This is a form of conjoined twinning characterized by a single head and two faces. From the Museum of Anatomy in Montpellier, France.

An extremely rare narwhal skull with double tusks. There are only about 10 other bones like this in the world. Narwhals are a rare arctic whale. It is challenging enough to see one with one tusk. It is almost an impossibility to actually catch one with two tusks.  Biologists estimate that there are only 1 in every 1000 Narwhal who actually have a double tusk. They are uncertain of why this phenomenon exists. They are even more uncertain why these sword like tusks occur on the whale.

rare narwhal skull with double tusks. Narwhals, a rare variety of arctic whale, are known for their long singular tusks - biologists estimate that double tusks only occur in one in a thousand narwhals; they are uncertain why this phenomenon exists.

dolphin skull

dolphin skull

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