Reed, Liz & Lee Arnold: Naracoorte, where half a million years of biodiversity and climate history are trapped in caves

Liz Reed & Lee Arnold

Naracoorte, where half a million years of biodiversity and climate history are trapped in caves‘, The Conversation, 6 June 2017

About the Naracoorte Caves in South Australia, one of the world’s best fossil sites, where marsupial lions, enormous kangaroos and giant monitor lizards died and were preserved by layers of sand. There are also plant fossils, sediments and calcite formations.

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