Griffith researchers shed light on extinct large species related to modern-day wombat family.
Pulses of increased rainfall transformed arid Arabian Peninsula into a route for human population movements over last 400,000 years.
A Griffith University led team discovered the arrival of ancient humans to uninhabited islands doesn’t always lead to widespread extinctions as is often thought.
With Australia’s population set to hit 40 million by 2060, Griffith University cities experts say it is time to get serious about long term planning.
The takeover of Southeast Asia’s grasslands with today’s rainforests contributed to the extinction of the region’s megafauna and ancient humans.
Scientists have identified tracks left on an ancient freshwater lake in the Arabian Peninsula as the earliest trace of human arrival in the area from about 120,000 years ago.
A group of Australian and international palaeontologists have identified a giant wombat-like animal so unique they had to create an entirely new family of marsupials.