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Canis cedazoensis is an extinct species of smaller canid which was endemic to North America during the Pleistocene epoch, 1.8 Ma—300,000 years ago. The morphology and dentition of C. cedazoensis suggests a jackal-like animal that was more hypercarnivorous than any current jackal. C. cedazoensis is close in size to the living golden jackal. It' appears to form an endemic clade with and , and is possibly descended from Canis lepophagus.

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  • Canis cedazoensis is an extinct species of smaller canid which was endemic to North America during the Pleistocene epoch, 1.8 Ma—300,000 years ago. The morphology and dentition of C. cedazoensis suggests a jackal-like animal that was more hypercarnivorous than any current jackal. C. cedazoensis is close in size to the living golden jackal. It' appears to form an endemic clade with and , and is possibly descended from Canis lepophagus.
  • Canis cedazoensis es una especie extinta de cánidos pequeños que fue endémica de América del Norte durante la época del Pleistoceno, 1,8 millones de años - 300.000 años atrás.​ La morfología y dentición de C. cedazoensis sugiere un animal parecido a un chacal que era más hipercarnívoro que cualquier chacal actual. C. cedazoensis tiene un tamaño similar al chacal común. Parece que forma un clado endémico con Canis thooides y Canis feneus, y posiblemente desciende del coyote de Johnston.​​
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  • Range of Canis cedazoensis based on fossil finds
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  • Mooser and Dalquest 1975
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  • Canis cedazoensis is an extinct species of smaller canid which was endemic to North America during the Pleistocene epoch, 1.8 Ma—300,000 years ago. The morphology and dentition of C. cedazoensis suggests a jackal-like animal that was more hypercarnivorous than any current jackal. C. cedazoensis is close in size to the living golden jackal. It' appears to form an endemic clade with and , and is possibly descended from Canis lepophagus. C. cedazoensis would have shared its habitat with both Armbruster's wolf and the dire wolf for approximately 1.8 million years before becoming extinct. Other competitors would have been the sabretooth cats Smilodon and Homotherium.
  • Canis cedazoensis es una especie extinta de cánidos pequeños que fue endémica de América del Norte durante la época del Pleistoceno, 1,8 millones de años - 300.000 años atrás.​ La morfología y dentición de C. cedazoensis sugiere un animal parecido a un chacal que era más hipercarnívoro que cualquier chacal actual. C. cedazoensis tiene un tamaño similar al chacal común. Parece que forma un clado endémico con Canis thooides y Canis feneus, y posiblemente desciende del coyote de Johnston.​​ C. cedazoensis habría compartido su hábitat con el lobo de Armbruster y el lobo gigante por aproximadamente 1,8 millones de años antes de extinguirse. Otros competidores habrían sido los félidos dientes de sable como el Smilodon y el Homotherium.
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