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Thylacoleo: Australia's Marsupial Lion
www.naturalworlds.org/thylacoleo/index.htm
Find detailed information on the anatomy and inferred feeding habits of Thylacoleo, view photographs of its fossil remains, and more.


Thylacoleo
www.museum.wa.gov.au/exhibitions/online/thylacoleo/intro.asp
Learn about the discovery of a complete Thylacoleo skeleton in this online exhibit from the Western Australian Museum.


Naracoorte Caves
www.parks.sa.gov.au/naracoorte/wonambi/animals/extinct/index.htm
This Web site from the Australian Department for Environment and Heritage offers information on 11 extinct species of megafauna discovered in remote limestone caves.


OZ Fossils
www.abc.net.au/science/ozfossil
Learn about extinct megafauna from throughout Australia, read articles on their native habitats, view time lines of their evolution, and more.


Prehistoric Life
www.museum.vic.gov.au/prehistoric/mammals/australia.html
Browse fact sheets on several extinct species of Australian megafauna on this site from Museum Victoria.


Australia's Megafauna
science.uniserve.edu.au/school/quests/mgfauna.html
The University of Sydney, Australia offers a long list of Web resources for the study of Australian megafauna.


Books

Prehistoric Mammals of Australia and New Guinea: One Hundred Million Years of Evolution
by John Long, Michael Archer, Timothy Flannery, and Suzanne Hand. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003.

The Future Eaters: An Ecological History of the Australasian Lands and People
by Tim Flannery. Grove Press, 2002.

Wildlife of Gondwana: Dinosaurs and Other Vertebrates from the Ancient Supercontinent
by Pat Vickers Rich, Thomas Hewitt, Francesco Coffa, and Steven Morton. Indiana University Press, 1999.

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