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The first skull of the earliest giant panda
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The discovery of the first skull of A. microta is reported, establishing its cranial anatomy and demonstrating that the specialized cranial and dental adaptations of Ailuropoda for durophagous feeding behavior centered on bamboo were already evident in this late Pliocene species.
The Homo sapiens Cave hominin site of Mulan Mountain, Jiangzhou District, Chongzuo, Guangxi with emphasis on its age
One of the most hotly debated and frontal issues in paleoanthropology focuses on the origins of modern humans. Recently, an incomplete hominin mandible with a distinctly weaker mental protuberance
A newly discovered Gigantopithecus fauna from Sanhe Cave, Chongzuo, Guangxi, South China
Among the most important faunas in the Late Cenozoic, the Gigantopithecus faunas have received a good deal of attention. The Gigantopithecus fauna recently discovered in Sanhe Cave consists of more
LARGE MAMMAL FOSSILS FROM THE TIANYUAN CAVE, A HUMAN FOSSIL SITE OF END-PLEISTOCENE AGE RECENTLY DISCOVERED NEAR ZHOUKOUDIAN
Tianyuan Cave is a human fossil-bearing site found recently outside of the core area of prehistoric localities in Zhoukoudian area. The newly discovered site is also very rich in large mammal
The early pleistocene deposits and mammalian fauna from renzidong, fanchang, anhui province, China
The Renzidong site is located at 118°5′46″E and 31°5′23″N, in Fanchang County, Anhui Province, China. Two cave-fissure filling deposits were discovered here in 1998. During two years′ excavations,
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