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- King James Bible: II Timothy, Chapter 4
- Chapter 4 4:1 I charge thee therefore before God, and the Lord Jesus Christ, who shall judge the quick and the dead at his appearing and his kingdom; 4:2 Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all longsuffering and...
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- Swan song: humans implicated in huge Australian bird's demise
- There has been a long-running debate over whether people caused the extinction of Australia's unique collection of large animals, also including a 25-feet-long (7.
- Australia's Giant, Venomous Lizard Gets Downsized
- Owen dubbed this gargantuan lizard Megalania prisca, and he had a little fun imagining that such a lizard might still clamber through the bush.
- Push to rewild natural areas 'could spark an ecological disaster'
- Megalania prisca, an extinct goanna, was featured on a 2009 postage stamp designed by Peter Trusler. 'Rewilding' advocates have suggested introducing Komodo dragons into Australia to make up for its loss.
- Những thú khổng lồ từng thống lĩnh Australia thời tiền sử
- Varanus priscus (hay Megalania prisca) là loài kỳ đà lớn nhất thế giới, sống ở miền nam Australia và biến mất cách đây khoảng 50.000 năm do các thổ dân săn bắn quá mức. Các mô tả đầu tiên về loài kỳ đà này vào năm 1859 cho biết nó có chiều dài 7 m và ...
- Man's egg-eating habits drove giant Australian bird to extinction
- In the above renderings, the giant flightless bird known as Genyornis newtoni is chased from her nest by a mammoth lizard called Megalania prisca. The two megafauna species lived in Australia roughly 50,000 thousand years ago. Photo by Peter ...