Co-evolution tour highlights: This is the first time you’ve seen them

This tour of Darwin’s fossils reveals a new type of animal, one that is thought to have evolved from a small group of animals that lived in the same area of the cave.

The tour marks the first direct appearance of a large group of fossils, which the Australian Museum says may be the largest assemblage of dinosaur fossils ever found.

The team found the bones of a dinosaur that was at least 200m long.

This is the closest to the animal that’s ever been found in the fossil record.

Tour guide and fossil expert Rob Johnson says it’s an extraordinary find.

“It’s one of those fossils that really gets to the heart of Darwinian evolution and the way that it evolved,” he said.

“You don’t usually see these things at this level in a museum, so it’s really exciting to see the scale of this discovery.”

The team has also been collecting fossils for the next 10 years, which will allow them to examine the fossils in more detail.

“We’ve been really fortunate that this site is on the border of a region of the rock that has a lot of fossils that we don’t know about, so this has allowed us to see those fossils,” Dr Johnson said.

You won’t believe how much this fossil has changed over the yearsThe team says this was the first known case of an extinct species that evolved into a modern one.

The fossils were found in layers of rock that have been preserved for more than 50 million years.

The team also says that the fossils have been found from two different species, one of which may have been a very small one.

“They are quite different species.

The fossils that they are found from have been taken from a single individual, and we’ve only found one of them from two of those individuals,” Dr David Pender, one the fossils found, said.

The team was led by Dr Paul Meehan from the School of Archaeology and Ethnography at the University of Queensland, who was also involved in the team’s research.

“The fossils have all been cleaned and polished so that they’re completely polished and have been analysed, and the colours of the bones and the colouration of the teeth are quite distinct,” Dr Pender said.

He said the fossil was also a mix of species.

“This fossil is one of two fossil species that we have found, so the fossils are very distinct in the colours and the textures,” he explained.

What you need to know about the evolution of a plant:The fossil is only 1.5cm long and looks very different to its modern-day cousin.

It’s not just fossils found at Darwin, there have also been some recent finds of dinosaurs in Australia, and some of these have even been used to make toys for children.

A young girl has been known to wear one of the dinosaur fossils for a while, and a young boy has been able to hold a replica of the fossils.

“There is a dinosaur in the park that has been a part of my life, and I know what it looks like.

I have had the dinosaur as a toy, and my son has a dinosaur, and he’s also been a big fan of the toys,” the boy said.