Prehistoric mammals of Australia: Diprotodon, Marsupial Lion, Sthenurus, Thylacoleo, Obdurodon, Thingodonta, Zygomaturus, Kollikodon

 
9781155754956: Prehistoric mammals of Australia: Diprotodon, Marsupial Lion, Sthenurus, Thylacoleo, Obdurodon, Thingodonta, Zygomaturus, Kollikodon
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 23. Chapters: Diprotodon, Marsupial Lion, Sthenurus, Thylacoleo, Obdurodon, Thingodonta, Zygomaturus, Kollikodon, Palorchestes, Teinolophos, Procoptodon, Steropodon, Giant Koala, Wabulacinus ridei, Litokoala, Megalibgwilia, Thylacoleonidae, Phascolonus, Wynyardiidae, Nimbadon, Nimbacinus dicksoni, Wakaleo, Hulitherium, Balbaridae, Glaucodon, Protemnodon, Ausktribosphenidae, Wakaleo vanderleuri, Thylacinus macknessi, Zaglossus robustus, Mutpuracinus archiboldi, Priscileo, Ekaltadeta, Neohelos, Tingamarra, Thylacinus megiriani, Wakaleo oldfieldi, Thylacinus potens, Barinya, Djarthia, Badjcinus, Australonycteris, Maximucinus muirheadae, Zaglossus hacketti, Propleopus, Simosthenurus, Nimbacinus richi, Riversleigh Rainforest Koala, Tjarrpecinus rothi, Icarops, Silvabestius, Wakaleo alcootaensis, Muribacinus gadiyuli, Ngamalacinus timmulvaneyi, Palorchestidae, Priscileo pitikantensis, Silvaroo, Wakaleo vanderleueri, Nambaroo, Alkwertatherium, Brachipposideros, Brachalletes, Macropus titan, Ganguroo, Euryzygoma, Warendja, Perameles allinghamensis, Kolopsis, Sarcophilus laniarius, Sprite Possum, Riversleigh Marsupial Mole. Excerpt: Diprotodon, meaning "two forward teeth", sometimes known as the Giant Wombat or the Rhinoceros Wombat, was the largest known marsupial that ever lived. Along with many other members of a group of unusual species collectively called the "Australian megafauna", it existed from approximately 1.6 million years ago until about 40,000 years ago (through most of the Pleistocene epoch). Diprotodon species fossils have been found in sites across mainland Australia, including complete skulls and skeletons, as well as hair and foot impressions. Female skeletons have been found with babies located where the mother's pouch would have been. The largest specimens were hippopotamus-sized: about 3 metres (9.8 ft) from nose to ...

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