New Fossils Show What Australia’s Monster Ancient ‘thunder Birds’ Resembled – And Offer Hints About How They Ceased to exist

Until around 45,000 years ago, Australia was home to a giant flightless bird called Genyornis newtoni, which was two metres tall and weighed up to 230 kilograms.온라인카지노

Palaeontologists first discovered these so-called “thunder birds” in the late 1800s. Yet exactly what Genyornis looked like has remained a mystery, because until now no well-preserved fossil of a Genyornis head has been found.온라인카지노

Scientists have instead interpreted its appearance based on large, flightless relatives, such as Dromornis and the more distantly related emus.신규사이트\

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