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Description of the skeleton of an extinct gigantic sloth, Mylodon robustus, Owen

Richard Owen

Description of the skeleton of an extinct gigantic sloth, Mylodon robustus, Owen

with observations on the osteology, natural affinities, and probable habits of the megatherioid quadrupeds in general

by Richard Owen

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Published by Published by direction of the Council, printed by R. and J.E. Taylor in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Xenarthra, Fossil,
  • Sloths, Fossil

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Richard Owen.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE882.E2 O93 1842
    The Physical Object
    Pagination176 p., 24 leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18315912M

    Owen, Richard: Description of the skeleton of an extinct gigantic sloth, Mylodon robustus*. - Owen, Richard: Descriptive and illustrated catalogue of the fossil reptilia of South Afri*. - Owen, Richard: Fossil Mammalia. - Owen, Richard, Description of the skeleton of an extinct gigantic sloth, Mylodon robustus, Owen, with observations on the osteology, natural affinities, and probable habits of the megatherioid quadrupeds in general. (London, Printed by R. and J. E. Taylor, sold by J. van Voorst, ) (page images at HathiTrust).

    Paramylodon measured about 3 m ( ft) in length and weighed as much as 1,–1, kg. It is known from North America deposits, including in Mexico and the United States and as far south as Guatemala, and often mistaken as tly there is just one recognized species, P. harlani, (Owen) , which is commonly referred to as Harlan's ground sloth in Class: Mammalia.   Description of the skeleton of an extinct gigantic sloth, Mylodon robustus, Owen, with observations on the osteology, natural affinities, and probable habits of the megatherioid quadruped in by:

    - Explore olga_belousoff's board "Пиздесь" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Anatomy drawing, Skeleton drawings and Skeleton anatomy pins. M. jeffersonii was apparently the most wide-ranging giant ground sloth. Fossils are known from many Pleistocene sites in the United States, including most of the states east of the Rocky Mountains as well as along the west coast. It was the only ground sloth to range as far north as the present-day Yukon and Alaska.


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London, BHL Collections. Description of the skeleton of an extinct gigantic Sloth, Mylodon robustus, Owen, with observations on Megatherioid quadrupeds in generalPages: Mylodon, extinct genus of ground sloth found as fossils in South American deposits of the Pleistocene Epoch ( million to 11, years ago).

Mylodon attained a length of about 3 metres (10 feet). Its skin contained numerous bony parts that. Owen R () Description of the skeleton of an extinct gigantic sloth, Mylodon robustus, Owen, with observations on the osteology, natural affinities, and probable habits of the megatheroid quadrupeds in general.

Direction of the Council, LondonCited by: 1. Owen, R. Description of the skeleton of an extinct gigantic sloth, Mylodon robustus, Owen, with observations on the osteology, natural affinities, and probable habits of the megatherioid quadrupeds in general, 1– London: R.

and J.E. Taylor. Google ScholarCited by: 3. Get this from a library. Description of the skeleton of an extinct gigantic sloth, Mylodon robustus, Owen: with observations on the osteology, natural affinities, and probable habits of the megatheroid quadrupeds in general.

[Richard Owen]. Page 60 - Description of the Skeleton of an Extinct Gigantic Sloth (Mylodon robustus). With Observations on the Osteology, Natural Affinities, and probable Habits of the Megatherioid Quadrupeds in general. By RICHARD OWEN, FRS, &c.

Owen, R. Description of the Skeleton of an Extinct Gigantic Sloth: Mylodon Robustus, Owen, with Observations on the Osteology, Natural Affinities, and Probable Habits of the Megatherioid Quadrupeds. van : Mark Witton. Description of the Skeleton of the Extinct Gigantic Sloth, Mylodon Robustus, with Observations on the Osteology Natural Affinities, and probable habits of the Megatheroid Quadrupeds in general Richard Owen, 1st Edition, Seller Rating: % positive.

How to payFor a book from our historic collection, prices Please fill out the form below and send it to Sponsor A Description of the skeleton of an extinct gigantic sloth, Mylodon robustus (London: John van Voorst, ) Author: Owen, Richard, Sir, Restoration Price: £ (Ref:RO) Many more online at Mylodon's close relatives include the ground sloths of the genera Glossotherium and latter genus has often been confused with Glossotherium, but Paramylodon is a distinct genus that was restricted to the Pleistocene of North America.

Glossotherium also shares a long history of taxonomic confusion with Mylodon, and currently the only recognized species Class: Mammalia. These calcigerous tubes do not run in a straight line, but their general tendency is a curvature upwards, and, in addition to which, each line or tube is distinctly waved in itself.Richard Owen, Description of the Skeleton of an Extinct Gigantic Sloth: Mylodon robustus, Owen.

Owen, R. Description of the skeleton of an extinct gigantic sloth, Mylodon robustus, Owen, with observations on the osteology, natural affinities, and probable habits of the megatherioid. Mylodon inhabited a broad range of habitats with varying climatic conditions which has resulted in some confusion as to how such a seemingly adaptable creature could go extinct.‭ ‬One theory could be hunting from ancient humans that had made their way‭ ‬across‭ ‬the Bering land bridge and down through North America into Central and.

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Author(s): Owen,Richard, Title(s): Description of the skeleton of an extinct gigantic sloth, Mylodon robustus, Owen, with observations on the osteology, natural affinities, and probable habits of the megatherioid quadrupeds in Richard Owen conservator of the Museum of the Royal college of surgeons in London.