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VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA -- NOVEMBER 23: Diprotodon tracks run across the bottom of a drying lake on November 23, 2009 near Camperdown, Victoria. Stephen Carey, a Geologist at Ballarat University, has been analyzing and studying the site. He believes the tracks are 60,000 to 100,000 years old, based off multiple dating techniques. The tracks were known to be present by locals, but they were not studied by science until 2007 when Carey was made aware of them while looking at other geological features in the area. Long years of drought have made them more permanently visible. (Photo By Amy Toensing) _________________________________

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VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA -- NOVEMBER 23: Diprotodon tracks run across the bottom of a drying lake on November 23, 2009 near Camperdown, Victoria. Stephen Carey, a Geologist at Ballarat University, has been analyzing and studying the site. He believes the tracks are 60,000 to 100,000 years old, based off multiple dating techniques. The tracks were known to be present by locals, but they were not studied by science until 2007 when Carey was made aware of them while looking at other geological features in the area. Long years of drought have made them more permanently visible. (Photo By Amy Toensing) _________________________________<br />
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