Or fox? Depends on how long it was. If even longer, bear could be a possibility.
The pointy description rules out deer which have biting teeth, then a gap, then crushing teeth towards the back.
That's what I thought re: pointy teeth!!
I'm guessing it wasn't a bear in Pennypack Park (Philadelphia). Neat!
Get it! Get it!
it's the bottom mandible....i'll get it next monday if i can find it again :)
That ID site claims horses have no top incisors, which is incorrect. I wonder if all the rest of it is right...
If you get a photo of it, the naturalist at work may be able to ID it if I see him when he's in to do his segment.
Yeah, that's silly, @furlong. Horses sure do have incisors!!
The writer links to a nice chart (no horse, though):
There's your horse teeth ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horse_teeth
If its small it could be porcupine or raccoon. If you take a picture be sure to have something for scale. Looking forward to hearing more. I love IDing things. :-)