This skeleton was found recently as the Dinosaur National Monument, but I'm not sure what it is. See if you can name this skeleton that was found at the Dinosaur National Monument.

The Dinosaur National Monument posted the pictures of the skeleton (see below) on their Facebook today. They found this itsy bitsy skull in a pile of rocks. Their caption also states that:

Sometimes you find amazing things in the most unexpected places, like this tiny skull in a jumble of rocks.

This tiny skull obviously belongs to a very tiny animal. According to the Dinosaur National Monument's Facebook, this animal is about 2 inches long by 1 inch wide. Now that is tiny.

You can truly see how tiny this skull is while it's in the person's hand. Some of the guesses on their Facebook include ferret and chupacabra. Tell us what kind of animal you think this skull belongs to in our comments.