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Introducción. Cueva Victoria, un yacimiento de vertebrados del Pleistoceno inferior

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January 2015

Abstract

Cueva Victoria is a karst-infilling site with early Pleistocene vertebrate fossil remains. It was discovered in the first half of the XXth century by mining explotation. The fossil record of Cueva Victoria is exceptional because of its large biodiversity and because it is the only locality in Europe where the African primate Theropithecus oswaldi occurs. Here, we summarize the history of paleontological research and excavation campaigns. We provide a catalogue of the different locations in the site, and a reference list of the publications on this site.

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Cueva Victoria, Karst, Paleontological, Research

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Cueva Victoria; Karst; Paleontological; Research

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Serial publications

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SFS0073672_00001

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