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Rare fossil reveals prehistoric Melbourne was once a paradise for tropical pig-nosed turtles

By James Patrick Rule, Research Fellow, Monash University
William Parker, PhD Candidate, Monash University
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A 5-million-year-old fossil that sat collecting dust in a Melbourne museum for more than a century has rewritten the evolutionary history of turtles in prehistoric Australia’s tropical climate.The Conversation

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