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tomekTeresa Tomek
Institute of Systematics and Evolution of Animals
Polish Academy of Sciences
Slawkowska 17
31-016 Krakow
Poland

Teresa Tomek graduated from the Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland in 1967 and received her PhD in 1976. She has been working at the Institute of Systematics and Evolution of Animals, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków since 1971. She published more than 60 scientific papers on various aspects of ornithology, paleontology and comparative osteology of birds. Teresa took part in eight ornithological expeditions to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

bochenskiZbigniew M. Bocheński
Institute of Systematics and Evolution of Animals
Polish Academy of Sciences
Slawkowska 17
31-016 Krakow
Poland (correspondance author)

Zbigniew M. Bocheński graduated from the Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland in 1987 and received his PhD in 1994. He has been working at the Institute of Systematics and Evolution of Animals, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków, Poland since 1987. He divides his research activity between fossil and modern bird remains. He has published a number of papers on avian taphonomy, fossil and archaeological bird remains, and several works on the comparative osteology of modern birds. He was the recipient of three major one-year each scholarships, which helped him gain professional experience in other academic centers, including Germany, Switzerland and the USA.

sochaPaweł Socha
Department of Palaeozoology
Zoological Institute
University of Wroclaw
Sienkiewicza 21
50-335 Wrocław
Poland

Paweł Socha graduated from the Wroclaw University, Poland in 1992 and received his PhD in 2010. He has been working at the Department of Palaeozoology, Zoological Institute, University of Wroclaw, Poland since 1991. His interests are focused on fossil mammals, especially Neogene and Quaternary rodents and palaeoecology. Further areas of research include palaeoclimatology, caves and fossil DNA. He has participated in excavations in karst areas of Poland and the Ukraine for 25 years. He lectures palaeontology, archaeozoology and the history of the formation of the modern fauna and flora during the Quaternary at the University of Wroclaw.

stefKrzysztof Stefaniak
Department of Palaeozoology
Zoological Institute
University of Wroclaw
Sienkiewicza 21
50-335 Wrocław
Poland

Krzysztof Stefaniak graduated from the Wroclaw University, Poland in 1986 and received his PhD in 2001. He has been working at the Department of Palaeozoology, Zoological Institute, University of Wroclaw, Poland since 1984. His interests are focused on fossil mammals, especially ungulates, including Neogene and Quaternary deer. His research activity includes also archaeozoology, caves and fossil DNA. He has participated in excavations in karst areas of Poland and the Ukraine for 30 years. He lectures palaeontology, archaeozoology and the history of the formation of the modern fauna and flora during the Quaternary at the University of Wroclaw.

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