30,000 BC: Megafauna alive

Nearly 30,000 years ago, what today are fields close to the city of Sauce were home to several species of giant mammals. Our autochthonous fauna was composed by huge mammals, besides the small ones that live nowadays. Some of those giants, like the ground sloths of the genus Lestodon, were very abundant. Others, like the toxodonts, were more scarce. In any case, all those species might have gathered to drink in the streams and ponds, while the sabretooth watched them choosing its next prey.

megafauna 30.000 años