Wildlife of the Pleistocene era

Wildlife of the Pleistocene era

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Credit: MAURICIO ANTON/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Wildlife of the Pleistocene era. This illustration depicts wildlife believed to have existed in Sierra de Atapuerca, Spain. These include wild boar (Sus scrofa, left) and the long-legged bison (Bison voigtstedtensis, right). A large species of deer (Eucladocerus giulii) is seen grazing in the distance. The Atapuerca region contains the Gran Dolina archeological site in which remains of Homo antecessor have been found. The animals depicted here may have been hunted by this hominid.

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