First of all, we have a complete brain case, now fully prepared. This is one reason it's been a while since the last post. This bone alone took 4 weeks (3 days per week) to remove from the main block and totally prepare. On the other hand, it's reeeealy nice, and the first one ever found with 3-D preservation. I am waiting to get it 3D scanned before I send it to Pat Druckenmiller at the U of Alaska. You can see all the little holes where the nerves exited the bone out into the body.
Here is the lingual side (inside next to tongue):
Here is yet another fragment in a block removed from the side of the block to allow access to take off the above fragment. It is only about 3 inches (7 cm) long, and busted all around. It will take a couple more days work.