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- and southern Asia, but all the others were formerly more wide-ranging.) Megafaunal species may be subcategorized by their trophic position into megaherbivores...
- The megafaunal wolf (Canis cf. lupus) was a Late Pleistoceneearly Holocene hypercarnivore similar in size to a large extant gray wolf. It had a shorter...
- years ago to the present) saw the extinctions of numerous predominantly megafaunal species, which resulted in a collapse in faunal density and diversity...
- priscus) is an extinct giant goanna or monitor lizard. They were part of a megafaunal ****emblage that inhabited southern Australia during the Pleistocene. The...
- Aside from humans, climate change may have been a driving factor in the megafaunal extinctions, especially at the end of the Pleistocene. Ecologically, humanity...
- the Younger Dryas cooling from 12,800 to 11,500 YBP, and the American megafaunal extinction event 12,700 YBP when 90 genera of mammals weighing over 44 kg...
- order Pilosa along with the anteaters. Extinct sloth species include many megafaunal ground sloths, some of which attained the size of elephants, as well as...
- Deaths: The Chronology of Terminal Pleistocene Megafaunal Extinction". In Haynes, Gary (ed.). American Megafaunal Extinctions at the End of the Pleistocene...
- the bolide impact hypothesis as the cause of the Younger Dryas and the megafaunal extinction and concluded that "...something major happened at 10,900 B...
- Protemnodon (also called the giant kangaroo) is a genus of megafaunal macropods that existed in Australia, Tasmania, and Papua New Guinea in the Pliocene...
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