The study of fossil mammals of Lesvos Island can give us good paleogeographical results. Paleogeographic sketches that indicate the relative positions of various paleogeographic domains during some critical periods will describe the paleogeographic evolution of Lesvos Island during the Late Cainozoic, with emphasis on the Pliocene/Pleistocene period.

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M.D. Dermitzakis, & H. Drinia. (1999). The presence of fossil mammals in Lesvos Island, NE Aegean Sea, and their paleobiogeographical implications. Deinsea, 7(1), 113–120.