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Megafauna site 200,000 years old

A huge fossilised collection of prehistoric animals in Queensland, including giant wombat-like marsupials, may explain how they came to be extinct, scientists say. Queensland Museum and Griffith University palaeontologists, working with Outback Gondwana Foundation (OGF) volunteers, made the find near Eulo, 360 kilometres west of St George.

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