NEW DATA ON THE MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE SMALL MAMMAL FAUNA FROM THE HOMO BEARING SITE OF FONTANA RANUCCIO (ANAGNI BASIN, CENTRAL ITALY)
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The scanty small mammals material of the Middle Pleistocene Fontana Ranuccio site is characterized by the presence of six species belonging to three order: Eulipotyphla, Lagomorpha, and Rodentia. The small mammal fossils evidence from Fontana Ranuccio, instead the scarce number of specimens, indicates that the site is characterized by a warm and wooded environment with subordinate grassland.
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