A micropaleontological analysis of the digestion and diet of hyenas of the latter part of the Miocene age was made possible from a large sample of coprolite in the La Roma 2 site. A species of Hipparion from the later Vallesian was found at La Roma 2.
Bones of the rhinoceros Dicerorhinus schleiemacheri in La Roma 2 and Masia del Barbo in the Teruel region were exceptionally larger than the upper range for the species as specified by Guérin (1980).
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