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Newsletter November 2010

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Our newsletter is now ready for download. In this issue we look at the following articles:  ...read more

Eromanga Dinosaur Project

Saturday, May 01, 2010

The annual Eromanga Dinosaur Project’s dig at “Plevna Downs” was completed in May this year and has unearthed an extraordinary range of new fossils and exciting information about Australian dinosaurs.  ...read more

South-West Queensland - The New Gateway To Discovering Australia’s Giants

Friday, August 28, 2009

 South-west Queensland is becoming a new haven for Australian dinosaurs, with the towns of Roma and Eromanga now boasting the oldest and largest dinosaurs in the nation.  ...read more

Newsletter August 2009

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Our newsletter is now ready for download. In this issue we look at the following articles and much more:  ...read more

Exciting New Specimens Uncovered at Dig Site

Monday, December 01, 2008

Stuart and Robyn Mackenzie from The Cooper Eromanga Basin Natural History Society are pleased to report that the latest dinosaur excavation and dig held west of Eromanga in May has unearthed some exciting new specimens of fossilised bone belonging to Australia’s largest dinosaur Cooper, the already famous Titanosaur, and one of the world’s largest dinosaurs.  ...read more

Newsletter January 2008

Thursday, January 31, 2008

Our newsletter is now ready for download. In this issue we look at the following articles and much more...  ...read more

Largets Dinosaur Bones In Australia Discovered - Queensland Museum

Thursday, May 03, 2007

The largest bones of any dinosaur known in Australia went on display at the Queensland Museum for the first time today.  ...read more

Largest Dinosaur Bones In Australia Discovered - Queensland Government

Thursday, May 03, 2007

The largest bones of any dinosaur known in Australia went on display at the Queensland Museum for the first time today.  ...read more


Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if a fossil site is discovered?

After looking at the fossils ensure all fragments are left where they were found in the field as this is crucial to discovering more bones in the same area. Do not disturb site but take a GPS reading and photos. If possible mark the site with a star picket and contact the Eromanga Natural History Museum for a scientific analysis.

Look at the ENHM on-line resources ‘How to recognise dinosaur sites in the Cooper Basin’.


 
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