Could this be Francois de Loy’s Ape?
Fossil bonanza in a Brazilian cave found
NGS Research Grant: The longest cave in the Southern
Hemisphere, Brazil's "Toca Da Boa Vista" turns out to be scientifically
They collected bones of large cats, llamas, a 20-foot-long ground sloth, small rodents and tiny bats. Some of the creatures lived in forests and others on the plains or high in the mountains. The absence of any signs of human presence and the variety of habitats suggests environmental changes caused the animals' extinction, Hartwig says.
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