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    My son found D this on a beach in Prince William Sound, any ideas on what it is. Found all kinds of bones and such on a beach... Now referred to as bone Beach.



    Not sure if it's a sea mamal and I should just prepare to go to jail or something else..
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    Similar structure to a lynx but the canines are bigger. I'd say wolverine..

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR2 View Post
    My son found D this on a beach in Prince William Sound, any ideas on what it is. Found all kinds of bones and such on a beach... Now referred to as bone Beach.



    Not sure if it's a sea mamal and I should just prepare to go to jail or something else..
    I would guess it to be a sea otter skull...
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    Sea otter. I found one with teeth intact,talk about some crushers

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    " I should just prepare to go to jail"

    Yup.

    Your cell name will be Otter....

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    Its a otter
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    Found bones are legal, but you are supposed to have them sealed by USFWS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by homerdave View Post
    Found bones are legal, but you are supposed to have them sealed by USFWS.
    Thanks Dave, I willl have to figure out where to go. Maybe going back to bone beach to look for more next spring.
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