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  • Various taphonomic processes will affect an organism before it becomes buried, resulting in i =='''Advantages of taphonomic studies'''==
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  • {{r|Leopards as taphonomic agents}}
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  • Various taphonomic processes will affect an organism before it becomes buried, resulting in i =='''Advantages of taphonomic studies'''==
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  • ...and the different means through which it can occur, is used by [[Taphonomy|taphonomists]], [[Paleontology|paleontologists]], and [[Geology|geologists]] to under ...fossil.<ref name="Shipman"/> Exploring the process of fossilization from a taphonomic perspective allows placement of individual fossils into a wider context. C
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  • ...this fate. Only a few fossilised examples are available; according to the taphonomic studies of Hart and Sussman(2005), 5% of ''A. afarensis'' fossils show ev ...ragged the corpse carrying it by head.<ref name="Brain">Brain, C.K. 1993.A taphonomic overview of the Swartkrans fossil assemblages.In (C.K. Brain Ed) Swartkran
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  • '''Taphonomic agents''' are collectively responsible for the creation of certain fossil | title = Variability in the Behavior of Spotted Hyaenas as Taphonomic Agents
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  • ...rtant for researchers to exclude teeth that have been artificially worn by taphonomic processes. While most specimen selection protocols are quite stringent, t ...erous in the fossil record, because they are more resistant to [[taphonomy|taphonomic]] processes than many other parts of the skeleton. Finally, the wide vari
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  • ...rd of individual species morphologies as well as insight into [[Taphonomy| taphonomic]] processes<ref name="Berger2"/>. Because of the quality of preservation ...the high concentrations of fossils in the South African caves have offered taphonomists and [[Paleo-ecology| palaeo-ecologists]] the opportunity to access and s
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  • *Taphonomic studies within the John Nash Nature Reserve
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  • ...e following case studies serve to illustrate the importance of leopards as taphonomic agents. ...terkfontein valley caves, may have had special local significance from the taphonomic point of view .<ref name="Brain C.K">Brain, C.K. 1981. The Hunters or the
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