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Name - Acinonyx pardinensis

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Reported Taxonomic Hierarchies

Animalia (Kingdom)
Chordata (Phylum)
Vertebrata (Subphylum)
Mammalia (Class)
Carnivora (Order)
Felidae (Family)


Recent Publications

  • The cheetah Acinonyx pardinensis (Croizet et Jobert, 1828) s.l. at the hominin site of Dmanisi (Georgia) - A potential prime meat supplier in Early Pleistocene ecosystems.
  • Acinonyx pardinensis (Croizet et Jobert) remains from the Middle Villafranchian locality of Varshets (Bulgaria) and the Plio-Pleistocene history of the cheetahs in Eurasia.
  • Acinonyx pardinensis (Carnivora, Felidae) from the Early Pleistocene of Pantalla (Italy): predatory behavior and ecological role of the giant Plio-Pleistocene cheetah.
  • How old is the cheetah skull shape? The case of Acinonyx pardinensis (Mammalia, Felidae).
  • Synchrotron radiation reveals the identity of the large felid from Monte Argentario (Early Pleistocene, Italy).

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