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Zaglossus Hacketti

Zaglossus hacketti is an extinct species of long-beaked echidna from the Pleistocene of Western Australia.

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Palaeontology of Mammoth Cave
this site that a Giant Echidna (Zaglossus hacketti), a Short-faced Kangaroo ( Simosthenurus occidentalis) and a Wombat (Vombatus hacketti) were found.
SLEEP IN THE PLATYPUS
of the giant echidna, Zaglossus hacketti, is uncertain because of the lack of cranial material.
Evolution: Exhibition Notes 1
Zaglossus hacketti, a sheep-sized echidna whose remains were discovered in Mammoth Cave in Western. Australia, was probably the largest monotreme ever.
Mammalogy 548 – Lecture 7
Zaglossus robustus – late Miocene of Australia, Pliocene of New Guinea.
Vanished giants – what happened to the megafauna
'Zaglossus' hacketti lived years ago. It's the echidna (and monotreme) ever found. It was about metre long and weighed kilograms.

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Zaglossus hacketti - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Zaglossus hacketti is an extinct species of long-beaked echidna from the Pleistocene of Western Australia.
Long-beaked echidna - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Main article: Zaglossus hacketti.
JoyZine - Australian Megafauna: Giant Echidna (Zaglossus hacketti)
The Australian megafauna Zaglossus hacketti (giant echidna) stood more erect than the echidna we see today.
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Zaglossus hacketti
Zaglossus hacketti was unknown to science until it was first identified from the Mammoth Cave fossil deposit in 1909.

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