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Volume 44, Number 1, 1 March 2012

Preface to ‘Faunal Extinctions and Introductions’
pp. 1-2(2)
Authors: Eren, Metin I.; Outram, Alan K.

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Flightless ducks, giant mice and pygmy mammoths: Late Quaternary extinctions on California's Channel Islands
pp. 3-20(18)
Authors: Rick, Torben C.; Hofman, Courtney A.; Braje, Todd J.; Maldonado, Jesús E.; Sillett, T Scott; Danchisko, Kevin; Erlandson, Jon M.

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Aridity, faunal adaptations and Australian Late Pleistocene extinctions
pp. 56-74(19)
Authors: Field, Judith; Wroe, Stephen

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New evidence for Late Pleistocene human exploitation of Jefferson's Ground Sloth (Megalonyx jeffersonii) from northern Ohio, USA
pp. 75-101(27)
Authors: Redmond, Brian G.; McDonald, H Gregory; Greenfield, Haskel J.; Burr, Matthew L.

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Ground sloths and humans in southern Fuego-Patagonia: taphonomy and archaeology
pp. 102-117(16)
Authors: Borrero, Luis Alberto; Martin, Fabiana María

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The impact of the dingo on the thylacine in Holocene Australia
pp. 118-134(17)
Authors: Fillios, Melanie; Crowther, Mathew S.; Letnic, Mike

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From wild horses to domestic horses: a European perspective
pp. 135-157(23)
Author: Bendrey, Robin

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Corrigendum
pp. 170-170(1)

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