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The Siberian Late Pleistocene Mammal Fossils in Numerical Perspective: Review of Christy G. TurnerII , Nicolai D. Ovodov and Olga V. Pavlova. Animal Teeth and Human Tools: A Taphonomic Odyssey in Ice Age Siberia. 2013. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 978-1-107-03029-9; 490 + xi pages, with 269 figures and 34 tables. List price $110 US (hardback).

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