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    • The Discovery of Extinct Hippopotami Fossils in Anjohibe Cave 

      Huminsky, Isabella C. 1995-- (Northern Illinois University, 2017-05)
      Madagascar is a country known for its incredible biodiversity, but it has lost the majority of its distinctive megafauna. In a progressive extinction event still not well understood, Madagascar lost its giant lemurs, ...
    • Imperfect Isolation: Factors and Filters Shaping Madagascar’s Extant Vertebrate Fauna 

      Samonds, Karen E.; Godfrey, Laurie R.; Sutherland, Michael R.; Goodman, Steven M.; Vences, Miguel; Irwin, Mitchell T.; Krause, David W. (Public Library of Science, 2013)
      Analyses of phylogenetic topology and estimates of divergence timing have facilitated a reconstruction of Madagascar’s colonization events by vertebrate animals, but that information alone does not reveal the major factors ...
    • A juvenile subfossil crocodylian from Anjohibe Cave, Northwestern Madagascar 

      Mathews, Joshua C., 1979--; Samonds, Karen E. (PeerJ, 2016-09-15)
      Madagascar’s subfossil record preserves a diverse community of animals including elephant birds, pygmy hippopotamus, giant lemurs, turtles, crocodiles, bats, rodents, and carnivorans. These fossil accumulations give us a ...