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Killer Kangaroos and a Giant Platypus

Wednesday 1st November / presented by Tom “T-Bone” Reynolds

Up to 3 metres tall and with a thirst for flesh, Killer Kangaroos once roamed Australia along with Platypuszilla, the much larger ancestor of what we now know as the platypus. Curator of Mammalogy at the Museum of Western Australia and Megafauna fan Dr Kenny Travouillon joined Tom in the studio ahead of his talk on Australia’s megafauna tonight as part of the Dinosaur Discovery Seminars presented by the Museum of Western Australia this November and December.

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