Mark Hyman, MD: The Last Diet You Will Ever Need (The HuffingtonPost doesn't have a proper "Pin It" Button -- thus the lack of photo here -- but this article is AWESOME and is a huge nod to Paleo-type eating. LOVE to see this dialogue on a national level!)
Ancient Cave Lion Bones Reveal Big Cats’ Diet - Article by Andrew Curry. A quarter larger than today’s lions, the European cave lion was one of the biggest cats around 12,000 years ago. Now, an unusually sophisticated analysis of its bones is revealing what these creatures ate—and why they may have disappeared. Read more: http://www.wired.com/2011/11/cave-lion-diet/
Galapagos Sea Lion - Zalophus wollebaeki. Found almost exclusively on the Galapagos archipelago. Slightly more gracile than their Californian cousins with adults of both sexes growing up to 250cm and weighing approximately 250kg. Their diet consists primarily of fish - specifically sardines - and they, in turn, are preyed upon by Great White sharks and Killer Whales.