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Modern mammals of the southwestern Cape Province
Fossil mammal occurrences in the southwestern Cape Province
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abronia addition Africa already alveoli apparently assemblage belong bones braincase brunnea Canis capensis carnivore changes character characteristics clearly common comparative complete Cornelian crocuta deposits described diameter differences Dimensions Discussion distal earlier early Elandsfontein elements evident Ewer extant fact Family fauna Felis Florisian follows fossil Hendey holotype Hyaena hyaenid includes indications individual known lacking Langebaanweg larger late latter least length less lion locally lower mammals mandible mandibular fragment material maxillary fragment Maximum Mean mesomelas modern namely nature observed occurrences Pleistocene Pliocene possible posterior present preserved probably prominent Quarry Range ratios recent recorded referred regarded region relatively remains represented respect Sea Harvest significant similar single situated skeleton skull smaller South African south-western Cape southern species specimens suggests surface Swartklip Table teeth tooth transverse upper variety vertebrae Vulpes