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Title: Early Pleistocene Dicerorhinus sumatrensis remains from the Liucheng Gigantopithecus Cave, Guangxi, China
Author(s): Tong, Haowen; Guerin, C.
Year published: 2009
Journal: Geobios
Volume: 42 (4)
Pages: 525-539, figs. 1-11, tabs. 1-5
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Asia - East Asia - China
Sumatran Rhino
The Liucheng Gigantopithecus Cave is very famous for its rich mammalian fauna and Gigantopithecus fossils. The Gigantopithecus Cave Fauna has been regarded as the typical Early Pleistocene fauna in South China. The majority of the fossils unearthed has been studied and published durin...

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