Dec 8, 2022

A newly found 100 million-year-old fossil sheds light on prehistory

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‘It’s the most significant prehistoric discovery to have been recently made in Australia.’

Queensland Museum’s research team made a significant discovery on prehistory a couple of months ago by finding a 100 million-year-old plesiosaur skeleton with its body and a head together. Now, researchers are putting a spotlight on the future of prehistoric studies.

As reported by CNN, three amateur fossil hunters discovered the remains of a 19-foot (6-meter) tall juvenile long-necked plesiosaur, commonly known as an elasmosaur, in August on a cattle station in the western Queensland outback.

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