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FIGURE 1. Left hyoid apparatus of the ground sloth Paramylodon harlani (modified from Stock, 1925). Shaded in grey is the fossil specimen analyzed in this work.

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FIGURE 2. Juvenile stylohyal (CAV 476) in 1, medial view; 2, lateral view. The glittering of the cylindrical part is due to its having been bathed in gold for SEM observations; 3, close up of the cut mark analyzed by Fariña et al (2014); 4, close up of the marks in the midshaft. White arrows indicate probable trampling marks; black arrows indicate probable cut marks. Scale bar equals 50 mm.

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FIGURE 3. Three-dimensional reconstruction of the juvenile ground sloth stylohyal (CAV 476). Medial view (3D object) available in Appendix 2.

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FIGURE 4. Three-dimensional reconstruction of the stylohyal of adult Glossotherium (MNHN 914). Medial view (3D object) available in Appendix 2.

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FIGURE 5. Stylohyals of 1, juvenile ground sloth (CAV 476); 2, adult Glossotherium (MNHN 914); 3, adult Scelidotherium .(MLP 3-671); 4, Adult Megatherium (MNHN PAM 297). Scale bar equals 50 mm.

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FIGURE 6. Left femur of juvenile Lestodon (CAV 935) in posterior view showing the proximal (top) and distal (bottom) irregular surfaces of the diaphysis. Scale bar equals 100 mm.

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