http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/tetrapod-zoology/2013/04/24/edwardian-lynx-from-england/ A neat little article. By today's standards, that cat is the kind we make fun of regularly on here, but it's scientific value is still strong. Who knows what the future holds. Maybe some of our specimens will one day be put under the microscope for studies like this. The cool little part that piqued my interest was this line... "We haven’t yet finished our investigation of the specimen’s history, but we’re confident at the moment that it does not contain any original bone. Bizarrely, the teeth in the mount, for example, are made from some sort of wax or resin." So, artificial jawset being made 110 years ago and it looks pretty decent!