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Figure S1. The footprint of Late Quaternary climate changes on global megafauna extinctions in terrestrial ecosystems.

Figure S2. Climate change indicators of extinction risk.

Figure S3. Climate change indicators of extinction risk from the 42 kyr period, and the 21 kyr period.

Figure S4. Frequency distribution, numbers of grid cells, of climate change footprint values by continent.

Figure S5. Species extinctions (in %) by body mass and continental climate footprint.

Table S1. Tolerance ranges used for five climate variables.

Result S1. The ecological meaning of the footprint of Late Quaternary climate changes on global megafauna extinctions.

Result S2. Changes in area and average distance between two different climatic tolerance ranges.

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