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Cave diver finds prehistoric bones underwater

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A cave diver has uncovered a globally significant collection of ancient bones from Australia's prehistoric period in the dark depths of South Australia's underwater caves.

The chance discovery was made in Mount Gambier's longest and largest cave system, having been hidden from human eyes for thousands of years.

The jaw bones and teeth from extinct megafauna were in a chamber about 1 kilometre from the entrance to Tank Cave, located on private property.

Local cave diver Ryan Kaczkowski said he was exploring the cave system when he found the "new room" containing the bones.


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