Fossil of Kangaroo Species Discovered

Palaeontologists discovered a huge 42,000-year-old fossil of an ancestor of the present-day Australian kangaroo species in Nombe Rockshelter, an archaeological site in central Papua New Guinea.

August 16, 2022Palaeontologists discovered a huge 42,000-year-old fossil of an ancestor of the present-day Australian kangaroo species in Nombe Rockshelter, an archaeological site in central Papua New Guinea. According to researchers, the last species in the genus was a cousin of the present-day eas
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