Scientific Name: Macropus rufus

Age [Sex]: Adult [M]

Locality: Burke Developmental Road, 97 km N of Cloncurry

Higher Geography: Australia, Australia, Queensland

Collection Date: 16 August 1981

Collector Name [Number]: Ray Bandar - RB4884; 94

Notes: Skull. Cataloged for the 2014 Skulls exhibit. Kangaroos chop and grind grass with their forward molars. As these molars are worn down, they fall out. Rear molars migrate forward to replace them.


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