What are the giant animals that lived in Australia thousands of years ago?
The general term for the giant animals that lived in Austalia thousands of years ago is megafauna. Megafauna included animals such as the Diprotodon (rather like a very large wombat), the giant kangaroo and the megalania, which was a gigantic lizard.
Abouriginals have lived in Australia for many thousands of years. :)
# megalania - the giant ripper lizard # gineonus- a giant bird related to ducks # diprododon- a giant wombat as heavy as a rhino # saltwater crocodile - they have been around since before the dinosaurs
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It's where they have lived for tens of thousands of years. White people have lived in Australia for only two centuries.
Arthropods such as giant scorpions and dragonflies, as well as marine animals such as sharks are known to have lived during the carboniferous period.
Little is known about the marsupial lion which lived in Australia thousands of years ago. It is speculated that it was an opportunistic scavenger which ate carrion, but that it also preyed on the large, lumbering Diprotodon and Giant kangaroos.
Dinosaurs were the giant animals that once lived during the Triassic and Jurassic periods. I hope this answer helped you even though it was a fairly simple question!
The first humans that lived in Australia were the people now known as the Australian Aborigines. These people migrated to Australia from the Indian subcontinent many thousands of years ago. aborigines
That was the age of the reptiles the "Dinosaurs".
Giant sloths and early humans lived in prehistoric Georgia.
If you are white and have lived in Australia, you are technically Aussie, but only Indigenous Australians are truly Australian because they have lived in Australia for hundreds of thousands of years before white (European) colonisation.
well no poisonous ones, but a giant lizard that once lived in Australia called megalina is in the same family as the Gila monster well no poisonous ones, but a giant lizard that once lived in Australia called megalina is in the same family as the Gila monster
Australia was in inhabited by the people that we referred to as Australian Aboriginals. there is evidence that there was another race of people thousands of years before them.
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they lived in woodlands and grasslands in south Australia and New South Wales
Some extinct animals that once lived in Spain include the Balearic giant shrew, the Minorcan giant dormouse, and the Canary Islands giant rat. Animals that have gone extinct within the last 100 years include the Roque Chico de Salmor giant lizard and the Ratas Island lizard.
The first humans that lived in Australia were the people now known as the Australian Aborigines. These people migrated to Australia from the Indian subcontinent many thousands of years ago.
The procoptodon, or procoptodon goliah, was the Giant Short-faced Kangaroo which lived in Australia thousands of years ago. Fossils have been found in all of the mainland states (therefore, not Tasmania), but not conclusively yet in the Northern Territory. Evidence of this giant marsupial has been found in the Darling Downs in Queensland; around the far-fling regions of Tocumwal, Bingara and Lake Menindee in New South Wales; the Eyre Peninsula and Naracoorte Caves in South… Read More
Petrolium, coal, or oil
Feral means a wild animal whereas Australian native animals are animals that have always lived in Australia
It is not known how many thousands of years numbats have lived in Australia, but they are believed to have been here since before even the Aborigines arrived.
terror birds like titanis Sabre teeth and giant ground sloth
Many animals that lived during the Ice Age resemble the animals that live today, they were just adapted to the colder climate. Animals such as the Wooly Mammoth, Sabre-Toothed Cat, Giant Armadillo, Giant Round Sloth, and Neanderthal Man lived during the Ice Age.
mammoths ,mastodons,giant insects.tully monsters , and most likely dinosaurs such as t.rex and triceratops
Fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas).
Ancient Egyptians lived in Egypt thousands of years ago!
The camel is the most famous animal from the Sahara desert and has been domesticated for thousands of years. Other animals including the jackal and Fennec fox were around as well as many small mammals that lived in burrows.
The wanpanoags simply lived animals? YAWN.
There really is no such thing as "medieval animals." There were animals used or that lived during the middle ages in Europe. They are the same animals that exist there today, with the exception of the turkey and a few other animals that were later imported from America and Australia.
The most famous is Eryops, a sort of a giant frog that looked more like a fat crocodile.
about 11.365.000 peoples are lived in Australia in 1965
Three animals that are now extinct are: New Zealand's moa, North and South America's dire wolf, and Europe and Asia's giant cheetah. Ninety percent of all the animals that have ever lived on this planet are now extinct.
If by "caveman" you are referring to the modern human species back at the time when we were all hunter-gatherers, then most of the animals that exist today lived back then. Also, a few animals from that time that became extinct include mammoths, saber toothed cats, giant ground sloths, cave bears, woolly rhinoceros, flat-faced bears, glyptodon (giant armadillos), American camels, and many other creatures. A few animals also had larger ranges at that time than… Read More
No. The Australian Aborigines were the first people who lived in Australia.
When dinosaurs lived in Australia, the continent was further south. In fact, one corner of Australia was connected to Antarctica.
No justin bieber lived in canada he never lived in australia!
Kings feasted on deer and other hunted animals in a large dining hall. Kigs usually lived in castles with giant rooms.
Yes, according to tradition there were several races of giants. The fact that giants are mentioned not only in Israelite traditions, but also by the Greeks, Romans, Celts, Hindus, Norse, Basques, Japanese and others, in our opinion warrants more than mere dismissal.
yes because they are indiginous to Australia and before the English settlers arrived all animals lived in bush including kookaburras and other animals like wombats,dingos,emus and other animals like that
for thousands of years.
All of the animals lived
There were many different species of saber toothed cats, and they lived over almost 30 million years on all continents but Australia and Antarctica. Thus, different species lived alongside different types of animals. The most famous species, Smilodon, lived in North and South America alongside creatures such as mammoths, bison, deer, Camelops, giant ground sloths, bears (including the now extinct flat faced bear), lions, wolves and dire wolves, Glyptodon, horses, and many others.
They lived all around Australia
Andre the giant!
We currently live in the Quaternary, so all modern animals do, too. A few extinct animals that lived in the Quaternary include mammoths, mastodons, woolly rhinos, saber toothed cats, terror birds, giant ground sloths, etc. The first hominids evolved during the Quaternary, too.
Alot of plants and animals lived in the mesozic era.....
The Aboriginials lived in Australia prior to European settlement. There you go that is the answer. Information from Gracie
Indigenous Australians (Aborigines) lived on the Australian continent for thousands of years before Europeans came. The Macassan traders from Asia were also known to marry aboriginal women. The first European settlers in Australia were convicts and the officers and marines who came with them.