Follow in the footsteps of megafauna

Australia’s giant ‘wombat’, the Diprotodon, is described as the world’s largest marsupial, weighing more than 2.5 tonnes at almost 3m long. Award-winning Flinders University science writer […]

Baby snake in amber a golden find

Newly discovered prehistoric fossils are painting a colourful picture of the biodiversity of the former supercontinent called Gondwana. Among these discoveries are a range of invertebrates, […]

Tassie tiger and devil do the timewarp

Adelaide fossil hunters have taken a new look at when two early marsupials became extinct on the mainland of southern Australia. They have analysed new radiocarbon […]