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Radio Marinara: The Ancient Seal Tooth Found In Victoria That Changed What We Know About Local Seals

In 1998, a beachcomber in Portland, Victoria discovered a bit of tooth that turned out to be a three million year old fossilised seal tooth. The discovery ended up changing our understanding of how seals evolved in southern Australia. Museums Victoria handed the research over to Vertebrate Palaeontology PhD candidate James Rule, who joins Radio Marinara to discuss what it means for local seals.

Photo by James Rule, via Museums Victoria

Seal Tooth
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