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Prehistoric 'river boss' is the largest extinct croc species ever discovered in Australia

By Jorgo Ristevski, PhD candidate, The University of Queensland
Steven W. Salisbury, PhD; Senior Lecturer, School of Biological Sciences, The University of Queensland
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Gunggamarandu maunala is the first Australian croc discovered from a group called the tomistomines. And its prehistoric presence in modern-day Queensland means there could be more discoveries to come.


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