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Mortality patterns and skeletal physical condition of the carnivorans from the Miocene assemblage of Batallones-1 (Madrid Basin, Spain)

Autor Domingo, M.ª Soledad; Alberdi, María Teresa; Azanza, Beatriz; Morales, Jorge
Palabras clave Age
Mortality
Injury
Carnivores
Batallones-1
Miocene
Era
Carnívoros
Mortalidad
Miocene
Daño
Fecha de publicación ago-2012
EditorSchweizerbart science publishers
Citación Neues Jahrbuch fur Geologie und Palaontologie - Abhandlungen 265(2): 131-145 (2012)
ResumenBatallones-1 lower level assemblage contains numerous and diverse Miocene vertebrates that were deposited over time at the bottom part of a cavity. In this study, the age structure and skeletal physical condition of the four more abundant taxa, all of them carnivorans, are analysed to better delineate the taphonomic history undergone by the remains and the concentration mode of the assemblage. The prime-adult dominated profile of the two sabertoothed cats and the hyaenid can be related to a proneness of these individuals to search for resources in dangerous locations during the stressful period of dispersal. In turn, the amphicyonid profile, where juveniles are abundant, can be the result of the entrance in the cave of mothers with cubs. The demography of the analysed taxa has allowed to discard in Batallones-1 LLA mass, attritional or accidental death modes. Rather, the entrance of animals in the cavity was intentional and resulted in the entrapment of the individuals. Besides, the animals represented in Batallones-1 LLA do not show signals of poor physical condition as revealed by the comparison of the frequency of osteopathologies and broken canines in life of the extinct taxa with modern healthy counterparts. Consequently, incidence of injuries in the skeleton of these individuals can be discarded as a major cause of entrapment.
Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org//10.1127/0077-7749/2012/0251
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10261/115107
DOI10.1127/0077-7749/2012/0251
ISSN0077-7749
E-ISSN2363-717X
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