Eleven bones: More fossil remains of Cave Lions and Cave Hyaenas from the North Sea area
Six fossil Cave Lion bones and five fossil Cave Hyaena bones are described. One lion bone and one hyaena bone were dredged from the Westerschelde ( = Western Scheldt, southwestern part of the Netherlands). The other specimens were recovered from the bottom of the North Sea, in the area West and Southwest of the Brown Ridge (or Brown Bank), about 80 km West of IJmuiden on the Dutch coast.
|Journal||Bijdragen tot de dierkunde|
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Bosscha Erdbrink, D.P. (1983). Eleven bones: More fossil remains of Cave Lions and Cave Hyaenas from the North Sea area. Bijdragen tot de dierkunde, 53(1), 1–12.