A study of a single seal humerus bone, from the upper proximal part of the forelimb, shown from various angles to demonstrate the different appearance of each facet. Probably a Grey Seal bone. See Lisa Maye Hodgetts, PhD Thesis 1999, A manual for the identification of the post-cranial skeleton of the North Atlantic Phocid Seals (Appendix B, B.4 Humerus, B.4.1 Adult Humerus, in “Animal Bones and Human Society in the Late Younger Stone Age of Arctic Norway”, Vol.2 of 2, p 321).
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