The Stegodon, whose fossil has recently been found 50km north of Saharanpur, is an extinct relative of which of these animals?

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1The Stegodon, whose fossil has recently been found 50km north of Saharanpur, is an extinct relative of which of these animals?
A new hominoid fossil site, Chiang Muan in northern Thailand, yielded the first finding of a large-bodied Miocene hominoid in Southeast Asia. This specimen (CMu6-1’00) was preliminarily reported …
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/8546786_Earliest_Miocene_Hominoid_from_Southeast_Asia

2The Stegodon, whose fossil has recently been found 50km north of Saharanpur, is an extinct relative of which of these animals?
It has usually been thought to be female, but there has been a recent claim that it is male. It is the best specimen of africanus. It is about 2.5 million years old, with a brain size of about 485 cc. (It has recently been claimed that the fossils Sts 5 and Sts 14 (see next entry) were from the same individual) Sts 14, Australopithecus africanus
http://www.albertpeia.com/Anthropology.htm

3Homo Floresiensis

Meta Menge is situated within the Ola Bua Formation, which has been dated to 960- 700ka (O’Sullivan, et al., 2001) and can be compared to the remnants located at Liang Bua. Despite these two locations being separated by over 50km and 700ka, there are undeniable similarities between the stone tool technologies of both these sites (Moore, 2005).
https://www.heritagedaily.com/2011/11/global-implications-for-homo-floresiensis/14412

4The Stegodon, whose fossil has recently been found 50km north of Saharanpur, is an extinct relative of which of these animals?
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5The Stegodon, whose fossil has recently been found 50km north of Saharanpur, is an extinct relative of which of these animals?
The delta contained a variety of potential hominid foods. Fossil evidence for large terrestrial mammals, mollusks, other aquatic animals, fruit-bearing trees, and an edible fern has been found so far.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/11278244_Paleomagnetic_dates_of_hominid_remains_from_Yuanmou_China_and_other_Asian_sites

6The Stegodon, whose fossil has recently been found 50km north of Saharanpur, is an extinct relative of which of these animals?
This decision has been taken despite the fact that parking in all other areas in CP and Janpath had recently been doubled. “The parking category has been reduced from A to B wherein people will be charged a minimal amount of Rs 10 instead of Rs 20 at Shankar Market. Garbage dumps at the parking lots shall be cleared,” added the official.
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7The Stegodon, whose fossil has recently been found 50km north of Saharanpur, is an extinct relative of which of these animals?
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8The Stegodon, whose fossil has recently been found 50km north of Saharanpur, is an extinct relative of which of these animals?
The principal oil-supplies of Burma and Assam have been obtained from rocks of Miocene age, like those of Persia and the Caspian region, but the most promising “shows” in North West India have been in the older Nummulitic formations, and the oil is thus regarded by some experts as the residue of the material which has migrated from the Miocene beds that probably at one time covered the …
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9The Stegodon, whose fossil has recently been found 50km north of Saharanpur, is an extinct relative of which of these animals?
An assumption of these models has been that the locally derived material is primarily SPA impact-melt as opposed to local basement material (e.g. unmelted lower crust). However, the definitive identification of SPA derived impact melt on the basin floor, either by remote sensing [5, 13] or via photogeology [2, 14] is extremely difficult due to the number of subsequent impacts and volcanic …
https://www.science.gov/topicpages/s/south+sumatra+basin.html

10The Stegodon, whose fossil has recently been found 50km north of Saharanpur, is an extinct relative of which of these animals?
Application of carbon isotope stratigraphy to late miocene shallow marine sediments, new zealand.. PubMed. Loutit, T S; Kennett, J P. 1979-06-15. A distinct (0.5 per mil) carbon-13/carbon-12 isotopic shift in the light direction has been identified in a shallow marine sedimentary sequence of Late Miocene age at Blind River, New Zealand, and correlated with a similar shift in Late Miocene Deep …
http://www.science.gov/topicpages/n/neogene+late+miocene.html

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