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105-million-year-old bird tracks discovered

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Two fossilised footprints made around 105 million years ago are believed to be the oldest known bird tracks in Australia.

Scientists believe the prints found in a place called Dinosaur Cove were likely made by birds during the Early Cretaceous period.


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