Wally was a stray discovery at the Elliot dinosaur site in 2002, a complete skeleton found buried between several very old dinosaur bones.
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With this uranium, they were then able to determine the minimum age of Wally to be some 26,000 years old … but probably older. What was even more intriguing, was that this date gave us a minimum age for the blacksoil downs sitting atop the dinosaur-aged Winton Formation from which Elliot was found. It also showed us that the original entrance to Wally’s burrow would have been no more than 20cm above the present ground surface.
AAOD Journal Issue 3 (2005) – pages 66 to 72
By Dr Scott Hocknull
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