Raccoon baculum (a.k.a. the penis bone). Most are 3 ½–5" in length. These are collected in nature, so some may still have some natural "residue". Please don't put them in your mouth.
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This curved bone is a baculum from a raccoon. Bacula are bones located in the penis of many mammals. Their function is thought to aid in mating, and therefore increase the likelihood of reproduction. In many species whose males have a baculum, the females have a bony equivalent called a baubellum.
The baculum appears to have evolved independently nine different times in the evolutionary record. Many mammals have a baculum, including most primates. Though they have evolved out of human lineage, making us one of the few primate exceptions.
Walrus bacula can be up to 2 ft (60 cm) long. The longest known was a 4.5 ft (137 cm) fossil from a walrus ancestor.