A fossil fragment of the right maxilla and premaxilla of a large terrestrial carnivore, collected in 1983 somewhere West of the Brown Ridge in the southern part of the North Sea, is described and identified, through a process of elimination, as Hyaena brevirostris Aymard, 1846, of Early to Middle Pleistocene age.

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Bosscha Erdbrink, D. P., & van Bree, P. (1995). Hyeana brevirostris, a curious fragment from the bottom of the North Sea. Beaufortia, 45(7), 105–114.