Kari Prassack
, Washington, D.C.

Data to be published in a special upcoming issue in the Journal of Human Evolution by the Olduvai Geochronology and Archaeology Project.
Specimen belongs to Canis and is distinct from Hagerman's Canis ferox with affinities to C. lepophagus, but with a deeper and more robust jaw. Goal is to figure out if it is an unusually robust C. lepophagus, or something else.

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I am a vertebrate paleoecologist, taphonomist, and zooarchaeologist with a current taxonomic focus on Miocene-Recent carnivorans and birds. I am the park paleontologist in charge of research and collections at Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument and an affiliate of the Olduvai Geochronology and Archaeology Project.
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