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Remains of a Fossil Lion in Ipswich

Nature volume 104, page 413 (25 December 1919) | Download Citation

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IN 1910 I discovered a rich bone-bed in a section of Stoke Hill at Ipswich, the deposit in which it occurred being 30 ft. below the surface. The results of the researches then undertaken were published in vol. xiv., part 1, of the Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archæology and Natural History.

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    Proc. Mal. Soc., vol. viii., p. 147 (1908).

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    • NINA F. LAYARD

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