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Molecular analyses revise morphological species identifications at Sehonghong Rock Shelter, Lesotho

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New work is presented regarding the estimation of age at death in cattle based on the teeth. For younger cattle, before all the teeth are fully in wear, mandible stages are based on the eruption events, subdivided using wear on the most…

Abstract: A survey of the literature for information relevant to estimating age at death in cattle has added detailed data on the age at which particular stages of dental development have been observed, based on sources where direct observations…

In the report on the cattle remains from Ferry Fryston, Yorkshire, two aspects of particular relevance to methods for studying age at death from cattle teeth were published. Differences in the morphology and size of first and second molars are…

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The publication by A.T. Clason on the wild mammals, fish and cattle from the sites of Padina and Starčevo in Serbia.

This image shows a view of the medial side of a mature cattle metatarsal. I suspect the marking seen here may be pathological as I have read somewhere about striations being caused by heavy workloads. I haven't, however, seen any comparable images so…