Prehistoric deer found in Argentina dig
Paleontologists near Buenos Aires, Argentina have unearthed the fossil of a prehistoric deer.
The remains have been remarkably well preserved but are yet to be dated.
The species is thought to come from the Pleistocene era, from 2.5 million years BC to 11,000 BC.
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