The history of the formation and evolution of the Lanping basin is long and complex. In the USSR it corresponds to the base of the Apsheron and the layer containing the Odessan complex of mammals.
The history of the formation and evolution of the Lanping basin is long and complex. The Lanping basin has undergone the process from oceanic basin to the transformation of ocean-continent to the intra-continental basin to the transformation of basin-mountain. According to the characteristics of the basin filling and orogenic belt, this paper discusses the evolutionary process and the. coincides with the top of the Sicilian and the Epivillafranchian. It is dated . 5 million years.
The Origin and Evolution of Mammals. The woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) is one of the most representative large mammal species of the Eurasian Pleistocene. It coexists with a typical north Eurasia fauna, in which major elements including Mammuthus primigenius, Equus ferus, Procapra sp, Bison sp, Megaloceros s. Marmota s. Castor fiber, etc. The ¹⁴C dating on mammal bones from the same site yields an average age of ca. 40ka BP, falling in the range of the MIS-3a.
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