FIGURE 1. Anterior (left) and lateral (right) view of UW 88-929, Makapania broomi.

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FIGURE 2. UW 88-797 maxillary fragment with a right M1 and M2.

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FIGURE 3. Occlusal surface of Malapa UW 88-518, UW 88-519, and UW 88-1015 refit together. The arrows are illustrating the mesostylid, paraconid, and parastylid, from left to right.

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FIGURE 4. Comparison of holotype M 18 (top) and paratype M 19 (center) of T. pricei with Malapa mandible (bottom).

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FIGURE 5. Malapa specimen UW 88-1299, right maxillary fragment with M2 and M3 (left). Malapa specimen UW 88-1205, left maxillary fragment with M1 (right).

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FIGURE 6. UW 88-746 maxilla with left M2 and M3.

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FIGURE 7. Lateral (left) and occlusal view (right) of UW 88-1251.

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FIGURE 8. UW 88-877 Body Size Class III bovid mandible fragment.

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FIGURE 9. UW 88-1298 right Antidorcas recki adult mandible.

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FIGURE 10. UW 88-869 right mandibular M1.

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FIGURE 11. UW 88-562 BSC I bovid, Subfamily Antilopinae.

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FIGURE 12. UW 88-555 horn core fragment of BSC II (left). UW 88-734 partial horn core of a BSC III (right).

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FIGURE 13. Block 848 bovid BSC II in situ with femur and tibiae in articulation. Associated right metatarsal, astragalus, naviculocuboid, and distal phalanx are also in the Block.

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FIGURE 14. Malapa blocks with articulated cervical (left) and thoracic (right) vertebrae.

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FIGURE 15. Lingual view of Malapa UW 88-518 and UW 88-519 demonstrating high occlusal relief and sharp cusps.

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FIGURE 16. Metapodial (left), UW 88-1247, demonstrating cracking and longitudinal fractures typical of Behrensmeyer (1975) Stage 1 weathering and diagenetic processes. UW 88-1224, (right) metatarsal exhibits longitudinal fractures, cracking, and cortical peeling.

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FIGURE 17. Types of surface modification identified on Malapa bovid limb bones and number of specimens with that modification.

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FIGURE 18. Results of the shaft circumference completeness in Malapa bovid limb bones.

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FIGURE 19. Results of the shaft fragmentation in Malapa bovid limb bones.

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