Thirty-one species of fossils are reported from the Pleistocene of Newfoundland. Moderately saline to almost fresh water is indicated; no great depth of water is suggested. The fauna probably dates from Late Wisconsin or post-Wisconsin time when the land was depressed because of the load of the ice.

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