Indian Antelope, Nilgau skull
This is the skull from an old female Nilgau Boselaphus tragocamelus. The Nilgau is the largest of the Asian antelopes with large males weighing up to 300kg. Their natural range is throughout most of India although they are also present in quite large numbers as a result of escaped ranched animals in the Southern United States.
This skull is from a University collection and is of an old female. It is missing five of the incisors and there is a small piece missing from the back of the skull as you can see from the pictures. Looks like it was dropped at some time in its past. It weighs 1500g and measures 43cm.