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Occurrence of fossil lion and spotted hyena from pleistocene deposits of susunia bankura district west bengal india

, : Occurrence of fossil lion and spotted hyena from pleistocene deposits of susunia bankura district west bengal india. Journal of the Geological Society of India 17(3): 386-391

The note records the occurrence of fossil lion, Panthera cf leo, and spotted hyena, Crocuta cf sivalensis, in the Pleistocene alluvial deposits near Susunia in Bankura district West Bengal. This is the 1st definite record of fossil lion from India, and that of C. cf sivalensis from any Pleistocene deposit in Peninsular India. The fossils are described and their distribution is briefly discussed.

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