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Queensland Museum Network researchers are working to identify mysterious footprints in Central Queensland.
Discover the supersized creatures that roamed ancient Queensland 40,000 years ago and what drove them to extinction.
Dr Paul Oliver combines genomic and CT scanning to understand the diversity and history of Queensland’s rainforests.
Legless lizard research paints a picture of evolutionary history of Queensland animals and plants.
Dr Espen Knutsen explores how Cretaceous marine reptiles from Queensland have changed over time.
Our researchers have discovered unexpected cryptic genetic diversity of Lerista Skinks.
Exploring predator-prey relationships from Australia’s Pleistocene.
Identifying patterns of diversity in Brigalow Belt species to understand the impacts of past climate change.