- and southern
Asia, but all the others
more wide-ranging. Megafaunal species
may be categorized according
to their dietary
- The megafaunal
wolf (Canis cf. lupus) was a Late Pleistocene
– early Holocene hypercarnivore similar
in size to a large extant
gray wolf. It had a shorter...
ago to the present) saw the extinctions
of numerous predominantly megafaunal
species, which resulted
in a collapse
in faunal density
from humans, climate change
may have been a driving factor
in the megafaunal
at the end of the Pleistocene. Ecologically, humanity...
- of up to 16 °C, which
has been correlated
is no evidence
of megafaunal extinctions
at the height
of the LGM, indicating...
- as either Megalania prisca
or Var**** priscus. They were part of the megafaunal
****emblage that inhabited southern Australia during
the Pleistocene. The...
is a genus
of megafaunal macropodids
in Australia, Tasmania, and New Guinea
in the Pliocene
and Pleistocene. Based
- Deaths: The Chronology
of Terminal Pleistocene Megafaunal
Extinction". In Haynes, Gary (ed.). American Megafaunal Extinctions
at the End of the Pleistocene...
- Virah-Sawmy, Malika; Camens, Aaron
2018). "New evidence
bone damage indicates
of Madagascar". PLOS ONE. 13 (10):...
- the continent. The available habitat would
have been reduced
for some megafaunal
species, such as the mammoth. However, such climate changes