Owls, Caves and Fossils: Predation, Preservation and Accumulation of Small Mammal Bones in Caves, with an Analysis of the Pleistocene Cave Faunas From Westbury-Sub-Mendip, Somerset, U.K.
by Peter Andrews
University of Chicago Press, 1990
Cloth: 978-0-226-02037-2
Library of Congress Classification QE881.A63 1990
Dewey Decimal Classification 569.0942383

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Owls, Caves, and Fossils is the first comprehensive, fully illustrated account of small mammal taphonomy. The study of small mammal remains has previously been neglected in favor of such large mammals as elephants, bovids, and carnivores, and Andrews remedies this deficiency by analyzing the taphonomic processes significant in the preservation of small mammal fauna in caves.

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