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Shark tooth marks on Miocene balaenopterid cetacean bones from Argentina

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A cubitus and radius of an indeterminate balaenopterid cetacean from the Miocene Paraná Formation of Entre Ríos Province, Argentina, show large tooth marks here attributed to scavenging or predation by the extinct lamnid shark Isurus xiphodon.
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Keywords: ARGENTINA; CETACEA; ELASMOBRANCHII; MIOCENE; PRAEDICNIA; PREDATION; SCAVENGING

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2007-08-01

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