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Thylacoleo lives in the trees in ice age prehistoric australia. Main food source is the short faced kangaroo procoptodon. It's rare prey was diprotodon, rivals were humans megalania and saltwater crocodiles. Thylacoleo had a very strong crushing bite and used to attack the windpipes of enemies. The 3rd most powerful australian predator humans were scared of this dangerous monster.

Thylacoleo lives in the trees in ice age prehistoric australia. Main food source is the short faced kangaroo procoptodon. It's rare prey was diprotodon, rivals were humans megalania and saltwater crocodiles. Thylacoleo had a very strong crushing bite and used to attack the windpipes of enemies. The 3rd most powerful australian predator humans were scared of this dangerous monster.

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Diprotodon went extinct because it was vulnerable and was not built for an outsider. It had 2 predators which after its extinction would be fought over by 2 apex predators humans and megalania. This was australian megafauna collapse. This was a nuke to australia's animal life. With human hunting climate change etc. When diprotodon fell a wire snapped which led to the falling of the megafauna bridge.

Diprotodon went extinct because it was vulnerable and was not built for an outsider. It had 2 predators which after its extinction would be fought over by 2 apex predators humans and megalania. This was australian megafauna collapse. This was a nuke to australia's animal life. With human hunting climate change etc. When diprotodon fell a wire snapped which led to the falling of the megafauna bridge.

Peter Schouten - Astonishing Animals  fun way to foster youngsters’ interests in zoology by showing them just how wacky and wonderful animals can be

Peter Schouten - Astonishing Animals fun way to foster youngsters’ interests in zoology by showing them just how wacky and wonderful animals can be

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