We see a lot of dolphin/porpoise skeletons. I think they float when they die, and their bones are dense enough to last a while on the beach.
The one in the hat is Nancy. We’re pretty sure that the thing she’s holding is a whale vertebra. A very old whale vertebra – almost completely decalcified. We see these pretty often. The whale vertebra, I mean. Actually, I see Nancy just about everyday. So we see both of these pretty often.
This we don’t see very often. We’re pretty sure it’s a Chupacabra skull.
We were positive this was some sort of huge bird skull until we picked it up. It’s heavy. So this may be a Chupacabra skull, not the other one.
It’s pretty obvious that this is a canine skull, until you look at the over-enthusiastic canine development and realize that this is either a Sea Lion or, in fact, a Chupacabra.
This is a coyote. You can tell because he’s skulking. Off to find his ACME catalog. The bottle-brush he’s using for a tail is a pretty good hint as well.