The above picture shows a close up of a
coyote canine that was drilled through the side for use in a
necklace. The teeth have been boiled to detach them from the skull
and soaked in mineral oil to help prevent cracks. The coyote canines
are approximately 1.5" to 2" long from tip to tip along the outside curve.
The #1 teeth are good
quality that are not cracked.
The #3 teeth have cracks that can be
filled in with glue. They are not drilled.
species: Canis latrans. Wild.
Canada or the USA