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Jiménez Fuentes, Emiliano; Martín de Jesús, Santiago; Mulas Alonso, Eugenia (1987)
Publisher: Universidad de Salamanca (España)
Languages: Spanish; Castilian
Types: Article
Subjects: Cocodrilos, Cuenca del Duero, Crocodiles, Duero Basin, :Investigación::24 Ciencias de la vida::2416 Paleontología [Materias]
[ES]La sala de las tortugas de la Universidad de Salamanca, abre provisionalmente sus puertas con motivo del II Congreso Nacional de Herpetología, posee también una interesante muestra de cocodrilos fósiles, que suelen acompañar a los quelonios en casi todos los yacimientos del Terciario Inferior de la Cuenca del Duero. [EN]The turtle room at the University of Salamanca, opens its doors temporarily to mark the Second National Congress of Herpetology, also has an interesting collection of fossil crocodiles, which often accompany the turtles on almost all fields of the Lower Tertiary Basin del Duero.

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