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Qi Guoqin (Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Academia Sinica)  
The article deals with vertebrate fossils discovered by a team of IVPP fromSalawusu River (Sjara-osso-gol) Nei Mongol in 1963—1964.The animal fossils consist of the following forms:Felis tigris L.Crocuta cf.ultima MatsumotoCoelodonta antiquitatisEquus cf.przewalskyi PoliakofCamelus knoblochi BrandtGazella przewalskyi BuchnerCervus cf.elaphus L.Cricetulus cf.griseus Miln-Edw.Alticola cf.stracheyi ThomasStruthio sp.Although most of them were described by M.Boule and P.Teilhard in 1928,our specimens were all collected in definite locality and horizon,and conseqentlythey have importance in studing the Salawusu River layer itself and its upper andlower boundaris.The fossils were all collected from the lower sandy layer of main bank depositof Salawusu River.The rhinoceros and tiger were burried in complete skeletons.It is distinct that the animals lived in the near-by locality before death.
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