Karin A. Rice

Karin A. Rice
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County · Rancho La Brea

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As fossilized feces, coprolites represent direct evidence of animal behavior captured in the fossil record. They encapsulate past ecological interactions between a consumer and its prey and, when they contain plant material, can also guide paleoenvironmental reconstructions. Here we describe the first coprolites from the lagerstätte Rancho La Brea...
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The locality Rancho La Brea (the La Brea Tar Pits, Los Angeles, California) is famous for its rich Late Pleistocene fossil record. Excavations began in the early 1900s through exploration of over 100 deposits, which took the form of man-made “pits”. Though asphalt is an effective preservative agent for numerous biological tissues (bone, cellulose,...

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