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Mammal fauna with Elephas (Palaeoloxodon) antiquus from the lower levels of Ambrona (Soria, Spain)

AuthorsSoto, Enrique; Sesé, Carmen ; Pérez-González, Alfredo; Santonja Gómez, Manuel
Elephas (Palaeoloxodon) antiquus
Ambrona site
Middle Pleistocene
Elephas (Palaeoloxodon) antiquus
Yacimiento de Ambrona
Pleistoceno Medio
Issue Date2001
PublisherConsiglio nazionale delle ricerche (Italia)
CitationProceedings of the 1st International Congress: The World of Elephants. Workshop: Stone tools and elephant remains in the Lower and Middle Palaeolithic of the Iberian Peninsula. Roma, Octubre 2001: 607-610
AbstractThis paper deals with the fauna of macromammals from the lower levels “Lower Member Complex”) of the Ambrona Middle Pleistocene site. Elephas (Palaeoloxodon) antiquus, remains are the most abundant in almost all the levels, varying between 28% and 38% of the total. Although elephants predominate, the Ambrona assemblage contains a very diversified fauna with at least nine different species.
Este trabajo trata de la fauna de macromamíferos de los niveles inferiores (“Complejo Miembro Inferior”) del yacimiento del Pleistoceno Medio de Ambrona. Los restos fósiles de Elephas (Palaeoloxodon) antiquus son los más abundantes en todos los niveles, variando entre el 28% y el 38% del total. Aunque predominan los elefantes, la asociación de Ambrona contiene una fauna muy diversificada con al menos nueve especies diferentes.
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