A true "no-go zone"!
Pangea: The world as one
Found fossilized in rock, the footprint was dated back to the prehistoric era
Researchers realized the bones were so porous because they'd passed through the digestive system of an enormous bird
It was previously thought that by the end of the Jurassic, about 145 million years ago, the supercontinent of Pangaea had split into Laurasia & Gondwana
One of the most important sites in Australian prehistory