Dental Wear Evidence for Browsing and Grazing Dietary Traits in the Giant Deer from the Late Pleistocene of Central Europe

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The paleoecology of the giant deer (Megaloceros giganteus), including its dietary preferences, is poorly known, mainly because reconstructions based on morphological characteristics have produced contradictory results.