When you are out in the woods for a hike, or for camping, you don’t often see very many large mammals, but you know they are there. There are a few things that might have tipped you off. Perhaps you saw some moose tracks in the sand, or a big pile of wolf poop. Maybe you even saw a tree with bear claw scratches on it. Few are lucky enough to find some bones like antlers or even a skull.
That’s just what Samara and Lauren from North Bay found. The bottom jaw, or the mandible, of this incredible hunter had some clues as to what it might have been and what might have killed it.
Let’s take a closer look at this neat piece of nature to see what it can reveal.
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