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|In Venezuela lived the saber-toothed cat|
Recent discoveries of the South American Research Institute, had made the team of scientists to think about the history and life of such a species as saber-toothed cats.
Recently there was conducted a research aimed at finding the oil sources in Venezuela.
Territories located in the southeast of Caracas, were considered already very well known, but also at this time the analysis of the soil could give the answer to one of the natural mysteries. In this area there have been found the remains of unidentified animals, turned into stones. A closer examination revealed that the remains belong to the disappeared species of a saber-toothed cats - the ancestors of panthers, wolves, horses and camels.
This discovery is of a great importance for the South American paleontologists, and it is indeed one of the most significant discoveries in the past fifty years. Traditionally it has always been assumed that on these lands there was no saber-toothed cats ever. Approximately five or even ten million years ago, the small precursors of saber-toothed tigers, that had a great resemblance to hyenas, lived in the North-American and African lands. Their remains were found in Eurasia, but South America did not have such a discoveries.
There was held a proper deep analysis of the skull of the saber-toothed cat. This analysis made it possible to draw the conclusions about the age of that animal. It is believed that his age is about 1.8 million years.