Prehistoric giant wombat, artwork

Prehistoric giant wombat, artwork

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Credit: MAURICIO ANTON/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Prehistoric giant wombat. Computer artwork of a Diprotodon. These Australian mammals, also known as rhinoceros or giant wombats, was the largest known marsupial that ever lived and lived from around 1.6 million years ago to around 40,000 years ago, through most of the Pleistocene epoch. The largest specimens were the size of a hippopotamus: about 3 metres tall at the shoulder.

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