The Campo Laborde site : New evidence for the Holocene survival of Pleistocene megafauna in the Argentine Pampas

@inproceedings{Politis2008TheCL,
  title={The Campo Laborde site : New evidence for the Holocene survival of Pleistocene megafauna in the Argentine Pampas},
  author={Gustavo G Politis and Pablo Ger{\'o}nimo Messineo},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Investigations have been carried out at the Campo Laborde archaeological site in the Argentine Pampas. Some issues related to Pleistocene extinctions and the survivals of some species of megafauna into the Early Holocene are discussed. At the site of Campo Laborde, abundant bones of giant ground sloth ( Megatherium americanum ), some from other Pleistocene fauna ( Doedicurus sp. and Neosclerocaliyptus sp.) and very few from extant fauna (e.g., vizcacha ( Lagostomus maximus… CONTINUE READING

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