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MIB-Agent

Giant Marsupial Fossils

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MIB-Agent

In a cave in Australia, fossils of extinct marsupials were found. Nova broadcasted an episode named "Bone Diggers," and they interviewed the people who found the fossils. Giant Wombats, carnivorous Kangaroos, and a giant marsupial whos name I can't remember were found, along with many more fossils as well! This is ground-breaking, and I believe that we are one step closer to uncovering our origins. What do you think?

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DigitalDreamer

Wasnt it the the tasmanian tiger or something?

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SameerPrehistorica

u r right,sure oneday they may find our origins

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UFO_Monster

I've seen this episode, but I don't think it was the Tasmanian Tiger... :mellow:

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The Mule

They've been finding giant marsupials for years. Creative google searching ought to come up with more info for you.

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eyesaurSy

It's the Marsupial Lion. Thylacoleo. For its body size, it has the strongest bite force of any animal known.

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EnelyaCalaelen

They've known about those for years...

I'm guessing you've never been to the dinosaur/extinct animal section of an australian museam before...

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