I assume you are referring to the missing hairs - whatever their exact name may be.
I knew exactly what you were talking about halfway through the first sentence. Does that mean I spend too much time with Laura/Brian?Anyway, how could you?! I think you should make it pathologic, just for fun.
I knew it. I knew it was going to be that.
uh...is this about walrus boners?also at this point in my research, you have probably looked at more walruses than me, So I don't really have any criticisms right now
actually... I guess everyone was right. To a degree.Those who pointed out that this thing is missing a baculum... good job. However, it could just as well be a female, if you didn't know what female skulls/postcrania tended to look like (the skull on this composite skeleton happens to be from a male).However, the difference between the two pictures were the vibrissae (or whiskers);these happen to be my girlfriends favorite thing about pinnipeds, so she was quite pissed when I omitted them. Sorry, it is now fixed.I guess I could easily fix the no penis problem for our poor eunuch of a fossil walrus with a few minutes in photoshop.Maybe I'll do a post on pinniped baculi in the future... and pathologic walrus baculi... thanks Liz..
Whiskers! I agree with adding a pathological baculum though... might make pinnipeds more interesting for me.
Bobby, I can't believe you would go out of your way to mention a baculum.
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