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have lived in the Middle Miocene, approximately 15 million years ago, in what is Rich, P.

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New material of Barawertornis tedfordi, a dromornithid bird from the
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Brontornis burmeisteri Moreno & Mercerat, un Anseriformes (Aves
nada Dromornithidae y originalmente fueron dio del cráneo de los Dromornithidae concluye- ron que esta .
Eggshell Taphonomy at Modern Gull Colonies and a Dinosaur
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Dromornithidae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dromornithidae — the dromornithids — were a family of large, flightless Australian birds of the Oligocene through Pleistocene epochs. All are now extinct.
Category:Dromornithidae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dromornithidae - Wikipedia
Dromornithidae - Mihirungs, the giant flightless birds of Australia
In Aboriginal legend of the people from western Victoria there is mention of a giant emu called Mihirung. The legend has now been found.
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