6 September 2008. Keluke Lake, Olongbuluk Mountains
Today was a long day. I had to take a nap.
[screen washing along Keluke Lake]
After meeting for lunch and a group photo, we split up again. One team went to measure the geologic section of the Chuanshuiliang area (where we camped for the past week). I went prospecting, and found an entire large mammal fauna in a matter of 20 minutes.
[first batch of fossils: top right is questionable chalicothere]
[second batch: horns at top center, partial antelope skull at bottom right]
That makes two different hyena occurrences discovered in the past week, a pretty good (great) week, I would say.
[the two hyaenids found so far: Hyaenictitherium at top, ?Percrocuta at bottom]