Found skull and bones on a woodland path.
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This looks to me like it may be the back portion of a Deer Skull, the lack of a 'keel' (sorry i don't know the correct terminology!) might suggest it is no canine but then it is very worn...
Could also be sheep...?
You would essentially have the worn/broken parietal bone etc..
Not much to work on, but enough. Teeth would have made identification easier however as BDeed says the lack of a sagittal crest (the keel) means you can rule out all large carnivores. From the size this leaves sheep and deer. The skull is too broad and flat on the top to be sheep so you are left with deer. From the size I would have guessed red deer but it could just as easily be a large roe deer.
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