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by large-sized, terrestrial animals: Track A1, located almost directly at the seaside, is partly filled by the overlying sediments ( Fig. 3B–C ), clearly indicating that the footprint is contemporaneous with the deposition of these beds. The bottom of

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by large-sized, terrestrial animals: Track A1, located almost directly at the seaside, is partly filled by the overlying sediments ( Fig. 3B–C ), clearly indicating that the footprint is contemporaneous with the deposition of these beds. The bottom of

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assumption that the animal producing F. belandoi preferred soft substrate around or away from the hydrothermal zones, but never lived directly in those zones. Fig. 10 (a–b) Mass occurrence of Favreina

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apicobasal ridges, vanishing in the direction of the rounded grinding surface. The tooth could have belonged to a durophageous animal, feeding on hard-shelled preys (e.g., molluscs and crustaceans). In general, the tooth is slightly similar to the incisiform

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inferred larger-sized eggs of MT III were most probably only partially buried or not buried at all in the nest, suggesting that the eggs were incubated by the parent animal(s), suggesting a higher level of parental care than that proposed for MT I . Thus

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been ruined or transformed ( Szirmai et al. 2005 ) by the network of settlements, roads, and railroads, increasing agricultural activity, particularly the highly motorized and chemically enhanced intensive crop farming and animal husbandry. The most

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