A photograph of the skull itself can be found here if you're interested in taking a look for yourself. It is, in fact, from a Colugo, or flying lemur, which isn't technically a primate at all but was long thought to be one (along with tree shrews) and is generally believed to be closely-related to primates through a common ancestor. Neither of us was actually right, but it was still a fun pursuit.
Today also saw Violet and myself arguing against Wendell over the distinctions to be made between race, ethnicity, nation, and culture. Despite the fact that it was two anthropologists against one physicist Wendell seemed unwilling to accept that his self-generated definitions might not be completely accurate. He even bandied about the word obviously as though there couldn't possibly be any logical alternatives to his own way of thinking. Between this and our earlier disagreement over whether spiders are arthropods I have the impression that he doesn't like to admit his errors once he gets started on a subject. The problem with knowing people like this is that I no longer have the temperment to argue endlessly against them, yet any attempt at changing the topic seems to fill them with a smug sense of victory. Well, as long as their egos don't get hurt, right?