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Well-preserved fossil of prehistoric deer found in Argentina
Science In Argentina, researchers have a very well preserved fossil of a prehistoric deer found. That has the University of La Matanza reported.

The fossil includes portions of the teeth, the limbs and the spine of the animal, or nearly 70 percent of the total skeleton.

It was found in the north of the province of Buenos Aires, in a zone where in the last 17 years, 24 fossils of mammals and reptiles were found. the

"It is surprising to see how the spine and neck are preserved in the position in which the animal lived," says director of the paleontological museum of San Pedro, José Luis Alguilar, that the hertenfossiel has found. the

in Addition to the almost full set of teeth were also vertebrae found, about twenty ribs, the pelvis, the right hind-leg and part of the thighs found.

The fossil belongs to the Morenelaphus-species, which until now only fragmentary remains were found. "This animal has given us details of a time in our prehistory when the environment was quite different than today," said Alguilar yet.

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