Sediments and fossil shells attached to a mammoth tibia and vertebrae dredged from the Eurogeul (The Netherlands) are investigated. From the sediments and shells it is deduced that the mammoth remains must have been deposited in a fluvial setting during the last glacial.

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Werkgroep Pleistocene Zoogdieren

Frank Wesselingh, Klaas Post, Anton Janse, Tom Meijer, & Dick Mol. (2010). Schelpjes en Takken op mammoetbeenderen geven inzicht in het Laat-Pleistocene afzettingsmilieu van de Eurogeul. Cranium, 27(2), 29–31.