Notamacropus sp.

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  • Giant wallaby that grew up to 1.8m tall.
  • 60,000 — 40,000 years ago.
  • Likely a new species.
  • Large wallaby similar to Notamacropus agilis siva.
  • Plant-eater, grazer.
  • Found at South Walker Creek.
silhouettes of a human and a prehistoric Kangaroo
Reconstruction of the giant wallaby, Notamacropus. Image: Queensland Museum, Andrey Atuchin, Rochelle Lawrence & Scott Hocknull.

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