1. More than 40,000 years ago, giant kangaroos roamed Australia. Their jaws were surprisingly similar to those of pandas, a new study found.  Pulse Live Kenya
  2. Giant ice age kangaroos had massive cheekbones for crushing bites  New Scientist News
  3. This extinct kangaroo had a branch-crunching bite to rival today's giant pandas  The Conversation AU
  4. Ancient kangaroo had a koala-like face and jaws of steel  CNN
  5. Prehistoric Giant Kangaroo As Tall As an Adult Man Had a Powerful Bite  Newsweek
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More than 40,000 years ago, giant kangaroos roamed western Australia.More than 40,000 years ago, giant kangaroos roamed western Australia.

More than 40,000 years ago, giant kangaroos roamed Australia. Their jaws were surprisingly similar to those of pandas, a new study found. - Pulse Live Kenya

A new analysis of an extinct giant kangaroo skull suggests it was adapted to eat tough, woody material - a feeding style not found in any modern marsupials.A new analysis of an extinct giant kangaroo skull suggests it was adapted to eat tough, woody material - a feeding style not found in any modern marsupials.

This extinct kangaroo had a branch-crunching bite to rival today's giant pandas

This extinct kangaroo had a branch-crunching bite to rival today's giant pandas