Many of these limestone caves contain Pleistocene fossils. the island ark We have been embarrassingly ignorant about what actually happened in the many millions of years during which, Australia, our 'island ark', drifted in the southern ocean, but this ignorance is rapidly being dispelled.
in a Box - Australian Museum time chart Fossil Sites Australian fossils and dinosaurs Caves Naracoorte Caves are located in southeastern South Australia.
Marsupial Lion fact sheet Aust Sci2Discovernet's Megadig The Alcoota megafauna were large animals that lived in the Late Miocene period around 8 million years ago.
On this web site you can read all about what they've found and how they get these very delicate bones out of the ground.
It would have hunted animals - including the giant Diprotodon - in the forests, woodlands, shrublands and river valleys, as well as around waterholes.
The closest living relatives of this fierce carnivore are the plant-eating wombats and Koala.
This journey of scientific adventure is full of the ambiguities of life: it begins with one destination in mind and ends at another, arrived at by a most roundabout route, down byways and back from dead ends.
Marsupial Lion The Pleistocene Marsupial Lion is the largest meat-eating mammal to have lived in Australia, and one of the largest marsupial carnivores the world has ever seen.
Fossil pollen, seeds, wood and leaf (imprints) are so general in appearance that they are only typical either for both genera and their sister group Hancea (pollen), the family Euphorbiaceae (seeds) or even a large group of families (wood, leaf venation).
Out of 54 fossils only four could be reliably identified as Macaranga and Mallotus, which is sufficient for dating the phylogeny, but insufficient to provide an insight into palaeontological distributions.
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Dreaming - Inverloch research at Monash Palaeontological research at Monash focuses on the geographical distribution and evolutionary patterns of vertebrates (especially mammals and dinosaurs) on Gondwana during the late Mesozoic and Cenozoic, with emphasis on Australia (Central and Southern) and South America (Patagonia).