It's strange that it appears to have no incisors.
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How long is it please ?
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It's approx 6 inches from front to back
Not fox, badger or domestic dog as no ridge along centre
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No deer have upper incisors only have them in lower jaw.
I think this is almost certainly a female Muntjac skull. An earlier post suggested correctly that it wasn't fox or badger - that was certainly correct but the reason stated was the lack of a cranial ridge (sagittal crest). However the real give away is the toth structure which is totally unlike a carnivorous mammal. The shape of the cranium as seen in the dorsal view seems wrong for Roe Deer but I also note there are deep depressions in front of the eye socket (see the lateral view) which are much too large to resemble my Roe deer skull, yet these are a significant feature of Muntjac skulls.
I agree with female muntjac for the same reasons as given by featherandhay.
All the teeth have erupted but there is little wear so this was a young adult around two years old.
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