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In South America, generally accepted dates place humans in coastal Chile and Patagonia ca. 13,000 BP and sites no older than ca. 11,000 BP are common in other areas. Gomphotheres become extinct in the late Pleistocene, probably after humans arrived and as climate changed. However, bone dates...
The extinct Pleistocene woolly mammoth bone collagen shows compared with collagen from other contemporaneous large herbivores remarkably high δ15N values. In order to investigate if the observed discrepancy in δ15N values between Pleistocene woolly mammoths and coeval large ungulates also exists...
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