International Dinosaur Discoveries

Dinosaur Discoveries

Who found the first evidence of dinosaurs in Australia?

The first evidence of dinosaurs in Australia was found in 1906 by a Mr. Ferguson, a government geologist: A small carnivorous dinosaur claw was discovered on the Gippsland coast of eastern Victoria. Since then, many more dinosaurs have been discovered in places such as Queensland, South Australia, and New South Wales. These discoveries include sauropods and iguanadons, such as the Muttaburrasaurus, which is unique to Australia.


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