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Early Australians Lived With Giant Lizards

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Anomalocaris

Early Australians May Have Lived With Giant Lizards

Stories of giant lizards roaming the Australian outback might seem like just another Bigfoot myth, but newly-discovered fossils suggest that it wasn’t just a tall tale for the first humans to set foot down under.

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xYlvax

Megalania... some say they've seen them recently. That would be pretty neat as long as they're at a distance.

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Eldorado

The Royal Family have always toured.

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third_eye

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Yes .. good eating they were ...

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back to earth

yeah ... if you could catch one ... I have also seen an old painting of a bunch of those guys battling a giant snake .

A bit south from me in Dhungutti country they say ( at a specific spot) "Dont you kids go up on that mountain - the big wombat will get you . " They have been saying that since they were there. A few years back a giant wombat skeleton fossil was found up there ( well ' found ' , by whitey, that is .... the Kooris found it long ago apparently, or may have lived alongside them.

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Noooo .... giant wombat ;

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(Warning; the methane gasses emitted by the giant wombat during testing may not be the same as during normal operating procedure. )

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back to earth
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Anomalocaris

I'm more a dinosaur fanboy, but this megafauna looks insane. Too bad they can't be resurrected.

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ozman

Giant lizards sounds like dinosaurs to me.

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Immune to Bieberfever

I thought they still did.

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Paranomali

Excellent food source. How scary though seriously, wombats the size of rhinos? Although i'm pretty sure ive seen 7ft roos'

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Sundew

Yep, one big monitor lizard, about twice the size of a Komodo Dragon, probably also venomous. The Perentie is the largest living monitor to survive in Oz, as least as far as we know, and its pretty formidable.

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TheSpoonyOne

( well ' found ' , by whitey, that is ....

"Whitey"? Come on, mate.

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