Have you ever come across a skull and wondered what it was? You can learn answers by asking questions and finding clues. *Note. I am assuming a certain level of understanding with the following pictures and text. If you have questions, you can always ask. That's how lessons work.
"What clues am I looking for?"
Start asking a series of questions.
Inspecting a skull
Let's play Sherlock. If you want the full image collection of this skull, you can see Skullduggery here.
Looking at the skull, we can quickly learn a few facts. We know its teeth tell us it eats a varied, omnivorous diet. We know that it's smaller than a wolf. We know that it's eyes point forward. (As the saying goes: "Eyes in the front, the animal hunts. Eyes on the side, the animal hides.")
Nicely done! Skullduggery was a normal, healthy coyote. Until he wasn't. Best of luck with all your skull identifying adventures. Be safe out there!
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