Griffith researchers shed light on extinct large species related to modern-day wombat family.
Beetles 'clean' bones needed by researcher to create modern reference library for Australian fauna.
Findings indicate the desert zones of Central Asia may have served as key areas for early hominin dispersals into Eurasia.
Miniature stone and bone discoveries reveal early humans exploited challenging habitats sustainably.
Researchers have traveled back in time to discover Homo sapiens did indeed live and survive in the Kalahari Desert more than 20,000 years ago.
Study highlights stone tool shaping among multiple uses of boomerangs.
Now protected underwater cave site contains the only known extensive underwater vertebrate fossil deposits in Australia.