A fossil skull fragment of a walrus from the mouth of the river Scheldt (Netherlands)
Bijdragen tot de dierkunde , Volume 38 - Issue 1 p. 23- 30
An occipito-parietal skull fragment of a male specimen of Odobenus antverpiensis (Rutten, 1907), from the mouth of the River Scheldt (Netherlands) is described and figured. The animal lived probably about the transition Scaldisian-Merxemian (Pliocene-Pleistocene). It lived in coastal marine surroundings rich in shell-bearing molluscs and is not necessarily an indication of cool conditions.
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van der Feen, P.J. (1968). A fossil skull fragment of a walrus from the mouth of the river Scheldt (Netherlands). Bijdragen tot de dierkunde, 38(1), 23–30.