10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GIRAFFOID»
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Horns, pronghorns, and antlers: evolution, morphology, ...
Status o/Climacoceras as a Giraffoid Hamilton (1978a) described C. gentryi from
Fort Ternan, Kenya, on a complete left ossicone, left dentary (type), and other
dental, cranial, and postcranial remains. The ossicone of C. gentryi has a main ...
George A. Bubenik, Anton B. Bubeník, 1990
Antelopes, Deer, and Relatives: Fossil Record, Behavioral ...
ISBN 0-300-08 142-1. tive data base to infer the paleodiet of several extinct
giraffid species and the giraffoid Pro- libytherium. Methods. We followed the
giraffoid systematic nomenclature and terminology of Hamilton (1978) (table 6.1).
Elisabeth S. Vrba George B. Schaller
Records of the Geological Survey of India
In the Middle Siwaliks were found fragments of a giraffoid molar tooth, Hipparion,
and bovine tooth. The general strike of the beds in sheet 43 C/3 is E.-W. and the
dips are generally northerly. This sheet is marked by three — probably four ...
Priceless Florida: Natural Ecosystems and Native Species
Giant mammals include two elephantlike genera. And as if these weren't enough,
there are still other large grazers: a large camelid, a medium- sized giraffoid, and
a rhinocerotid. This vast panorama reminds us of the Serengeti Plain of Africa.
Eleanor Noss Whitney, D. Bruce Means, Anne Rudloe, 2004
Lothagam: The Dawn of Humanity in Eastern Africa
... those from Fort Ternan are giraffe-like; this may indicate rapid evolution in the
Climacoceras lineage, but more likely indicates that Fort Ternan giraffoid
postcranials formerly attributed to Climacoceras probably belong to a different
Meave G. Leakey, John Michael Harris, 2013
Feathered Dragons: Studies on the Transition from Dinosaurs ...
Shaximiao Assemhlages (Long-Necked The skeletal architecture of terrestrial
herhivores reflects the architecture of the plants upon which they feed. The
giraffoid structure of the skeleton of Brachiosaurus (Janensch 1950) suggests the
The Evolution of the Long-Necked Giraffe (Giraffa ...
Crucially it had the characteristic bilobed giraffoid lower canines. Hamilton (1978)
further suggested that the utility of this feature was that it facilitated stripping of
foliage from browse. Its limb length can be calculated to have been about 85-100.
Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig, 2011
Fossil Mammals of Asia: Neogene Biostratigraphy and Chronology
... the diatomyid Diatomys, the creodonts Pterodon and Hyanailouros, the
carnivore Megamphicyon, the elephantoids Protanancus and Choerolophodon,
Listriodon guptai, the tragulid Dorcabune, the “giraffoid” Progiraffa, and the
Xiaoming Wang, Lawrence John Flynn, Mikael Fortelius, 2013
Vegetation & Biogeographyof The Sand Seas Of Arabia
At least 66 species of vertebrate remains were identified: 27 were from mammals,
including two gomphotheres, one deinothere, two rhinoceroses, one tragulid, one
giraffoid, one bovid, several carnivores, one bunodont hyracoid, and two 24 ...
Watts,, Watts, A. Edith M B. B., 2014
The Evolution and History of Human Populations in South ...
Other immigrants from Eurasia at that latter time included the first rhinos and the
bizarre-looking chalicotheres, giraffoid climactocerids and first antelopes as well
as primitive pigs of the genus Nguruwe, which must have traversed the continent
Michael D. Petraglia, Bridget Allchin, 2007
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «GIRAFFOID»
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Quetzalcoatlus: the evil, pin-headed, toothy nightmare monster that …
Examples can be seen everywhere, with my favourites including Freaky Giraffoid Barosaurus, black-and-white Phorusrhacos, Scolosaurus the ... «Scientific American, Aug 13»
A 'demonic Quetzalcoatlus' skeleton!
I said in the freaky giraffoid Barosaurus article that I had one last thing to say on the 'demonic Quetzalcoatlus' meme. It's pretty incredible. Yes ... «ScienceBlogs, Jun 10»