A very late and brief answer to the last mystery object I’m afraid – hopefully I’ll get back on track soon, once everything has calmed down a bit!
I gave you this object to identify:
It was a bit of a mean one, since these teeth are mostly broken with several missing. but there were some great answers.
Several of you recognised these as teeth from a juvenile Old World primate, so well done to henstridgesj, Jake and Jakob Ramlau. Jakob also alluded to dogs in his answer and I wonder if he managed to spot that the primate was a Dog-faced Baboon Papio cynocephalus (Linnaeus, 1766) or Yellow Baboon as it’s also known.
I’ll take some time to talk about deciduous teeth sometime soon, once I’m able to sit down and get back to blogging properly!