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Mark Elbroch's books on animal sign (both mammal and bird books, and 
skulls):http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_1_7?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=elbroch+mark&x=0&y=0&sprefix=elbroch

Mostly what I've seen online are skulls.


Heather Ward wrote:
> I haven't spoken up in a while, but I know you guys are the best 
> people to ask this. I was out in the woods today looking for deer 
> antlers, and while I didn't find any antlers, I did find two segments 
> of a spine with four vertebrae each. They look like they'd been there 
> a while as they are white with very little tissue still attached, 
> mostly on the tips. While perusing the archives I see people have used 
> boiling water to remove the meat or peroxide to whiten the cleaned 
> bones, and that bleach is bad. With so little material left on the 
> bones, what is the best way to get rid of it? Gentle scrubbing? with 
> water?
>
> I'd also like to figure out what animal they came from, if possible. 
> I'm guessing something coyote-sized. Are there any online resources I 
> can check out?
>
> Thanks so much!
> Heather
>
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