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  1. #1 Information about Australian vertebrate fossils from Riversleigh 
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    Hi,
    For those interested in vertebrate fossils from Australia, from the Miocene, check out Wakaleo.net. Here is the facebook page:
    http://www.facebook.com/Wakaleonet

    It has the complete faunal list from Riversleigh World Heritage Area, and information about evolution of Marsupials, birds, reptiles, etc.


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    looks interesting - under the list of paleontologists i had thought i would see Mike Archer, but i didn't
    am i missing something or or is there another reason why he's not involved ?


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    so, uhm, is this just a hit-and-run flier or do you intend to take part in a conversation ?
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    I was going on the assumption that this was just a hit and run. Its an interesting site, too bad they felt the need to spam like this
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    Won't stop the members here from running with it and discussing it anyway. The point of discussions is more for the silent readers anyway.
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    + i quite like the idea behind the faunal encyclopedia
    still, i would have liked the creators of the site to explain in few more words what it's all about, rather than "here's my site, have a look at it"
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