What kind of skull is this?

I believe its some kind of bird. It was found in northeast florida, us.

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  • L.N.
    Lv 7
    10 months ago

    It doesn't look like a skull. I think it is part of a pelvis, probably turkey if found near a picnic table. 

  • 10 months ago

    With a crest on the back of the skull, that pretty much eliminates the 'bird' aspect, they have smooth skulls.

    It would help to get a different view of the skull.  Any indication of teeth? It's a mammal then (opossums have a tall crest at the back of the skull). If it looks all smooth, it can be a reptile.

    The easiest way to get an identification is to go down to any veterinarian clinic and just ask for an ID on it.  I did that once with a carnivore skull I found, it was too small to be a fox/coyote, it wasn't a dog, it had chewing teeth so it wasn't a cat. It wasn't a raccoon or opossum skull. Turns out it was a gray fox, which is a different shape than a red fox.  They thought it was cool I brought it in for an ID and knew at once what it was.

  • Anonymous
    10 months ago

    Looks more like a chupacabra to me

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