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 ⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'glyptodonts' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   glyptodont | glyptodonts
zool.T
glyptodonts [family Glyptodontidae] [extinct]
Glyptodonten {pl} [ausgestorbene Gruppe]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • In prehistoric times, the area was populated by large mammals such as glyptodonts, mammoths, horses, and bison.
  • 7 mya, is when the land bridge connection between North and South America was reestablished and taxa like sloths and glyptodonts appeared in North America at the height of the Great American Interchange.
  • David Gillette is an American paleontologist best known for his discovery of the dinosaur "Diplodocus hallorum" in 1985, and more recently for his work studying Pleistocene megafauna such as glyptodonts.
  • Research into North American glyptodonts diminished after the research of Gidley, Hay, Simpson, and others, but some paleontologists still incorrectly referred fossils from the continent to "Glyptodon".
  • Pampatheres are thought to have been specialized for grazing, and isotopic analysis indicates the diet of glyptodonts was dominated by C4 grasses.
  • Glyptodonts are an extinct subfamily of large, heavily armoured armadillos.
  • "Stromaphorus" belonged to the tribe Hoplophorini, a widespread and diverse clade of glyptodonts, including genera such as "Hoplophorus" and "Neosclerocalyptus".
  • Like all glyptodonts, "Trachycalyptus" had a heavy body protected by a sturdy armor composed of osteoderms fused together.
  • Like all glyptodonts, this genus was characterized by its dorsal armor composed of numerous osteoderms fused together.
  • More recent researches indicates that it was a basal member of the family Chlamyphoridae, close to the origin of the glyptodonts and the Pampatheres.
  • As a new genus, it stands as the sister group of all the other late neogene and quaternary glyptodonts from the so-called "Austral lineage", whose late members are distinguished from every other mammals by a characteristic caudal tube.
  • "Eleutherocercus" was a genus of glyptodonts that lived during the Late Miocene and Early Pliocene in South America.
  • "Pachyarmatherium" is a genus of extinct large armadillo-like cingulates found in North and South America from the Pliocene and Pleistocene epochs, related to the extant armadillos and the extinct pampatheres and glyptodonts.
  • Fauna include ground sloths, litopterns, short-faced bears, South American horse "Amerhippus" and cingulates such as glyptodonts and the armadillo-like "Pachyarmatherium".
  • Their much larger relatives, the pampatheres and glyptodonts, once lived in North and South America but became extinct following the appearance of humans.
  • The evidence for predation on glyptodonts by humans is very scarce, limited to a Pliocene skull ("Glyptotherium") in North America and some latest Pleistocene-early Holocene specimens in South America, with signs of human consumption.
  • A fragment of mandible attributed to "Glyptatelus" preserve a tooth divided in three lobes, like those of later glyptodonts ; the central lobe, however, was quite small.
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