Australian Age of Dinosaurs Journal, Issue 16 (2019). Paperback/ 92 pages.
- Monster of Walsh River. 110 million years ago a long-necked elasmosaur glided gracefully through the shallows, blissfully unaware that its fossilised remains would, one day, lead to scientific heartache and technological breakthroughs. By Rebecca Roelands-Keim.
- Australia's Mesozoic mammals. While modern Australia has the most distinctive terrestrial mammals on the planet, their Mesozoic origins remains mysterious and their fossil record meagre. By Dr Thomas Rich.
- Tales from the opal fields. From the early days of palaeontological discovery in the opal fields of South Australia come the unique stories of booby traps, missing fossils and unexpected discoveries. By Neville Pledge.
- A global phenomenon. Making the transition from water to land was no easier for plants than it was for ancestors - but vascular plants rose to the challenge. By Fearghus McSweeney and Dr John Buckeridge.
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