My home is surrounded by trees and wetland. The latter includes a protected species, so the wetland is protected as well. While spraying herbicide on invasive multiflora roses and oriental bittersweet (I abandon organic methods when it comes to aggressive invasives), I noticed this skeletal remains had been washed out of the earth. I carefully cleaned it up, let it dry, then tried to learn what animal it may have been. I say turtle. My wife says skull, maybe a small deer. Neither of us can find photos that match, either in our books or on the Web. Any guesses, folks? Top view- DMC-GF1    ---    20mm    f/3.2    1/2500s    ISO 200 Bottom view- DMC-GF1    ---    20mm    f/3.2    1/2500s    ISO 200 Side view- DMC-GF1    ---    20mm    f/3.2    1/3200s    ISO 200 Closeup side- DMC-GF1    ---    0mm    f/1.0    1/160s    ISO 200 Closeup underside- DMC-GF1    ---    0mm    f/1.0    1/125s    ISO 200 Closeup ribs- DMC-GF1    ---    0mm    f/1.0    1/125s    ISO 200 Closeup spinal cord, and what look like vent holes- or is this a Klingon starship? DMC-GF1    ---    0mm    f/1.0    1/160s    ISO 200 Closeup side & maybe ribs- DMC-GF1    ---    0mm    f/1.0    1/125s    ISO 200 Macro of "neck" where the vertebra is broken- DMC-GF1    ---    0mm    f/1.0    1/13s    ISO 200 1st 3 are with the PL20. Next 5 are with Vivitar 28mm "close focus". Last one is the weird Jupiter-12 28mm with a Nikon "S" adapter and a macro ring.