An Ice Age spotted hyena Crocuta crocuta spelaea ( Goldfuss 1823 ) population , their excrements and prey from the Late Pleistocene hyena den of the Sloup Cave in the Moravian Karst , Czech Republic

@inproceedings{Diedrich2014AnIA,
  title={An Ice Age spotted hyena Crocuta crocuta spelaea ( Goldfuss 1823 ) population , their excrements and prey from the Late Pleistocene hyena den of the Sloup Cave in the Moravian Karst , Czech Republic},
  author={Cajus G Diedrich},
  year={2014}
}
A Late Pleistocene spotted hyena Crocuta crocuta spelaea (Goldfuss 1823) population from the cave bear den Sloup Cave, Moravia (Czech Republic) consists of mainly adult/senior and few cub/juvenile remains and coprolites, and 139 prey bones. Hyenas used the Nicová Cave branch that is connected to the entrance area mainly as a communal den site. Prey bone damage is most visible on the imported woolly rhinoceros remains. The partly excavated prey bone accumulation consists of a single woolly… CONTINUE READING

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