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Giant sloth identified as a new species

Experts have pieced together the fossilized remains of a giant sloth discovered in 2010 in a cenote, or sinkhole, in Quintana Roo and describe it as a new species. The bones FULL STORY The post Giant sloth identified as a new species appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
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