DESCRIPCION DEL CRANEO Y MANDIBULA DE UN NUEVO EJEMPLAR DE SCELIDOTHERIUM SP.
AbstractIn this work, the authors describe a skull and jaw of Scelidotherium sp.; it was found in sediments presumably of Middle Pleistocene (Ensenadan age ), From Ge- neral La Madrid, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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