27,000 years ago in central Belize, a huge waste was thirsty. The region was rigid, unlike the current jungle. Most of the last glaciers were blocked by a large part of the humidity in ice polar and glacier. Floods were on the table.
The dirt, a beast with a height of 4 meters, finally found water – in a deep rock, with steep slopes of warm water. That's the last drink. In 2014, orphans discovered some catastrophes – a piece of teeth, humerus and femur – while Maya was looking for an ancient artifacts pool in Cara Blanca, Belize.
In fossil partly, the teeth contained a stable mixture of carbon and isotope of oxygen, which gave instructions on what he ate during the last year of his life. This, moreover, revealed much about the local climate and the surrounding area. Discoveries in the journal Scientific advancesIn the future, it will investigate similar fossils, as researchers have said.
"We started our research, the great mammals disappeared and the hope of better understanding of the landscape that people were born in Belize," said John T. Larmon's University Postgraduate Students. Alex Anthropology and Prof. Lucros and Ambrose teachers. "In the process, we studied the parts of the teeth better for the analysis and the methods we used to study similar species in the future."
The new discoveries "proved many factors, along with the changing climate, to help the disappearance of the Megafauna in America," said the former Mayan city of Lucero Belize. "One of these potential factors is the arrival of men from 12,000 to 13,000 human beings".
The teeth of giant slices like the one found in Belize, Eremotherium laurillardiLarge mammals, like mammals, are now just like those who have disappeared from 14,000 to 10,000 years ago, said Larmon.
"Giant sloth teeth do not have to enamel, to study human hard, outer layers and animal teeth to discover their diet," he said.
Other factors have many scientists to study the teeth of ancient ancients. Most fossils are minerals that represent all or all of the original tissues and bones.
Using a codeodoluminescence microscope, a technique that can detect minerals and fossil mineralization can be detected by a technique that found that the researchers had a toothbrush, a compact orthodontist, which was completely intact.
Larmon pricked 20 orthodontic samples in a long 10 centimeter dental isotopic analysis, stretching the tooth over a year.
"This can make eleven times and seasonal changes to sloth's diet and climate for the first time, and also to choose the best part of the teeth for a trusted reliable database," Ambros said.
The isotopes of the study revealed that the giant prickles lived in a long dry season and lasted for seven months, between two rainy rains. The analysis also revealed that a wild beast lived in a forest and there were differences between wet and dry seasons.
"We saw that this huge and social creature was able to easily adapt to the dry lion, changing its lifestyle more useful or more pleasing," said Larmon.
"This is the idea that soaps have a different diet," said Lucero. "That's why they explained why they were so much spread and why they lasted so long. They are likely to be highly adaptable."
The National Science Foundation and the University of Illinois support this research.