Coelodonta
Coelodonta (from the Greek "hollow tooth", in reference to the deep grooves of their molars) is an extinct genus of rhinoceros that lived in Eurasia between 3,7 million years to 10.000 years before the present, in the Pliocene and the Pleistocene epochs.

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The Woolly Rhino, (Coelodonta antiquitatis) first appeared some 350,000 years ago and may have survived until as recently as 10,000 years ago.
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Coelodonta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Coelodonta (from the Greek "hollow tooth", in reference to the deep grooves of their molars) is an extinct genus of rhinoceros that lived in Eurasia between 3,7 ...
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Woolly rhinoceros - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis) is an extinct species of rhinoceros that was common throughout Europe and northern Asia during the ...
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Woolly Rhino (Coelodonta) - About.com Prehistoric Mammals
Coelodonta, better known as the Woolly Rhino, is one of the few Ice Age megafauna mammals to be memorialized in cave paintings (another example is the ...
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Coelodonta antiquitatis - Prehistoric Fauna
Coelodontae are fossilized rhinoceroses which adjusted to life in the dry and cool conditions of open landscapes of Eurasia. he characteristic feature of these ...
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Coelodonta - definition of Coelodonta by the Free Online Dictionary ...
Definition of Coelodonta in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of Coelodonta. Pronunciation of Coelodonta. Translations of Coelodonta. Coelodonta synonyms  ...
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Coelodonta antiquitatis - The Free Dictionary
Definition of Coelodonta antiquitatis in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of Coelodonta antiquitatis. Pronunciation of Coelodonta antiquitatis. Translations of  ...
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Extinction chronology of the woolly rhinoceros Coelodonta ...
Aug 11, 2012 ... Megafaunal extinctions in northern Eurasia (excluding Mediterranean islands) since the Last Interglacial claimed about 37% of species with ...
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Coelodonta (woolly rhino) - Prehistoric Wildlife
Information about the woolly rhino Coelodonta and other prehistoric creatures.
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Coelodonta - Wooly Rhino - Pleistocene Epoch - Moravec, Josef
Coelodonta antiqiuitatis, wooly rhino from Pleistocene epoch. Coelodonta oil painting by paleo-artist Josef Moravec.
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Coelodonta antiquitatis - Encyclopedia of Life
Image of Coelodonta antiquitatis. Coelodonta antiquitatis Trusted. Public Domain . Freshwater and Marine Image Bank, University of Washington Libraries Digital ...
A Middle Devensian woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis ...
Dec 18, 2012 ... A Middle Devensian woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis) from Whitemoor Haye Quarry, Staffordshire (UK): palaeoenvironmental context ...
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5School of Geography Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham, ... of a rare partial skeleton of a woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis.
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Dec 18, 2012 ... A Middle Devensian woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis) from ... Department of Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London, ...
Coelodonta antiquitatis - Checklist View
Coelodonta antiquitatis ... Coelodonta antiquitatis ... palaeontology collections in 25 occurrences; Zoological Museum Amsterdam, University of Amsterdam (N…
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This is the Coelodonta view, as seen by Wikipedia Species Pages - German ... in 25 occurrences; Zoological Museum Amsterdam, University of Amsterdam (N…
Coelodonta sp. (腔齒犀) - Digital Taiwan - Culture & Nature
Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology ... Coelodonta sp. ... Coelodonta sp. is an extinct species of rhinoceros that is characterized by its long fur, ...
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Royal Holloway, University of London logo ... A Middle Devensian woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis) from Whitemoor Haye Quarry, Staffordshire ( UK): ...
Pluridisciplinary research on a woolly rhinoceros skeleton ...
University of Groningen · Short name ... Pluridisciplinary research on a woolly rhinoceros skeleton, Coelodonta antiquitatis (Blumenbach, 1799), from the Institut ...
Palaeontology: Mammals: Perissodactyla: Coelodonta ... | Find My ...
University of Glasgow, University Avenue, G12 8QQ. Description. Palaeontology: Mammals: Perissodactyla: Coelodonta (Woolly Rhinoceros): first specimen ...
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Programme and Abstracts: Göttingen 7-11 April 2008
Programme and Abstracts: Göttingen 7-11 April 2008
Stephan Robbert Gradstein, 2008
076 The type material of Coelodonta antiquitatis (Mammalia: Perissodactyla: Rhinocerotidae) *Alexander Gehler1, Mike Reich1, Dick Mol2, Hans van der Plicht3 1 Geoscience Centre of the University of Göttingen, Museum, Collections  ...
Dinosaur Memories: Dino-trekking for Beasts of Thunder, Fantastic Saurians, 'Paleo-people,' 'Dinosaurabilia,'...
Dinosaur Memories: Dino-trekking for Beasts of Thunder, Fantastic Saurians, 'Paleo-people,' 'Dinosaurabilia,'...
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Dinosaur groupies, Allen A. Debus and Diane Debus have published two prior booksPaleoimagery: The Evolution of Dinosaurs in Art, and (with Bob Morales) Dinosaur Sculpting: A Complete BeginnersGuide, and numerous articles reflecting Paleontologys popular side. Dr. Allen G. Debus is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Chicago.
Dinosaur Memories
Dinosaur Memories
Allen Debus, 2002
Had Coelodonta and Elasmotherium survived to the present, would they be less popularly regarded among paleo-philes than they are now? Has extinction of the Ice Age rhinos, ironically, made them “cool”? The living rhinoceros most closely ...
Giant Book of Dot-to-Dot
Giant Book of Dot-to-Dot
Monica Russo, 2003
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Coelodonta antiquitatis si ale specii de rinoceri fosili stramosi ai rinocerilor de astazi | DinoGeek.ro - Afla totul despre Dinozauri
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Pluridisciplinary research on a woolly rhinoceros skeleton, Coelodonta antiquitatis (Blumenbach, 1799), from the Institut de paléontologie humaine (Paris, France)
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Species New to Science: [Paleomammalogy • 2011] Coelodonta thibetana • Out of Tibet: Pliocene Woolly Rhino Suggests High-Plateau Origin of Ice Age Megaherbivores
Ice Age megafauna have long been known to be associated with global cooling during the Pleistocene, and their adaptations to cold environments, such as large body size, long hair, and snow-sweeping structures, are best exemplified by the woolly mammoths and woolly rhinos. These traits were assumed to have evolved as a response to the ice sheet expansion.
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File:Coelodonta Uredklad Concept1.jpg - Planet Explorers - Wiki
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paleomammiferi: Coelodonta thibetana e Megafauna
Una nuova specie di rinoceronte fossile descritta nella rivista Science aiuterà a ricostruire la storia evolutiva della Megafauna del Pleistocene. Molti caratteristici animali della tundra dell´era glaciale, tra cui il rinoceronte lanoso, il mammut o il cervo gigante, sono stati considerati specie autoctone dell´Eurasia, evolutosi in risposta ai cambiamenti climatici durante il Pleistocene.
paleomammiferi.blogspot.com/2011/09/coelodonta-thibetana-e-megafauna.html
The remarkable life appearance of the Woolly rhino | Tetrapod Zoology, Scientific American Blog Network
One of the Pleistocene mammals depicted without fail in popular books – encyclopedias of prehistoric life and the like – is the Woolly rhinoceros Coelodonta antiquitatis ...
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Woolly rhinoceros - Coelodonta antiquitatis - Dinosaurs
Survivors of the last glacial period, the Woolly rhinoceros once roamed most of Northern Europe. Spanning from Siberia to the arid deserts that now make up
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Hetairoi Wargames: Coelodonta antiquitatis
Otra figura más de Reaper. Aunque en un principio no me entusiasmaba demasiado, he de reconocer que pintada ha mejorado mucho (aún así me sigue pareciendo un poco pequeña).
hetairoiwargames.blogspot.com/2012/06/coelodonta-antiquitatis.html
Redes: Observatorio, análisis y reflexión: Sobre Coelodonta thibetana, abuelo del rinoceronte lanudo...
Se publica, en el ejemplar de Science correspondiente a la primera semana de septiembre, el artículo “Out of Tibet: Pliocene Woolly Rhino Suggests High-Plateau Origin of Ice Age Megaherbivores” en el que describe como un equipo de investigadores chinos, europeos y norteamericanos ha encontrado, en un yacimiento paleontológico entre 3700 y 4500 m en el Himalaya, el cráneo completo y varias vértebras de un rinoceronte lanudo que podría ser el "abuelo" de todas las especies conocidas hasta ahora, dado que vivió hace 3,6 millones de años, en el Plioceno Medio. Por entonces, aún no había comenzado la gran Edad de Hielo del Pleistoceno (lo hizo hace 2,8 millones de años) pero el ambiente debía ser ya muy gélido en las montañas.
observatorioredes.blogspot.com/2011/09/coelodonta-thibetana-abuelo-de-los.html
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