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KANGAROO ISLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA -- NOVEMBER 12: Park guides scout bone-rich sediment in Kelly Hill Caves on November 12, 2009 on Kangaroo Island, South Australia. The entrance holes drop down about 20-30 feet to the caves where bone-rich sediment offers clues to scientists about the megafauna that fell down the holes and were trapped over 50,000 years ago. (Photo By Amy Toensing) _________________________________

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Australia's Extinct Megafauna
KANGAROO ISLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA -- NOVEMBER 12: Park guides scout bone-rich sediment in Kelly Hill Caves on November 12, 2009 on Kangaroo Island, South Australia. The entrance holes drop down about 20-30 feet to the caves where bone-rich sediment offers clues to scientists about the megafauna that fell down the holes and were trapped over 50,000 years ago. (Photo By Amy Toensing) _________________________________<br />
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