10,000-year-old rat fossils found in Paraguay

10,000-year-old rat fossils found in Paraguay

In this less intriguing Paraguayan paleontological site of Vallemi, in which the megafauna remains of a giant sloth bear appeared in 2012, have also found 10,000-year-old rat fossils.

The Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences (Facen) of the University of Asunción in Paraguay has been in charge of the laboratory analysis of the remains of the rodents. These were found in the same sediment blocks in which part of the sloth's bones appeared and are made up of jaw bones and teeth that were extracted after the cleaning process.

Image credit: ABC Paraguay

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