Massive animals in Australia died from humans and climate change, study says

Credit: Published on December 6, 2019
Nearly 42,000 years ago, massive animals such as six-foot-tall birds, 23-foot long lizards and wombat-like creatures the size of a Buick could be seen roaming the countryside. But a new study has found that these megafaunas became extinct because of human intervention and climate change

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Published on December 8, 2019 -  00:59
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