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29 March 2019Known as the T.rex of the ocean, the only identified opalised tooth of the enormous marine reptile Kronosaurus (pliosaur), will go on display at the South Australian Museum today.View
The Kronosaurus swam beneath the waves during the Early Cretaceous period when South Australia was covered by the Eromanga Sea and dinosaurs roamed the land. The sediments laid down on this ancient seabed now form the rocks of the Great Artesian Basin.
19 February 2019
A new printed and electronic resource launched at the South Australian Museum today makes it easier for Aboriginal people, including members of the Stolen Generation, to become the authors of their own family histories.
The Aboriginal Family History Unit was established at the South Australian Museum by Dr Doreen Kartinyeri, respected Ngarrindjeri Elder, in 1987 and has a proud tradition of helping Australian Aboriginal people to make more connections with their past and present families and culture.View
06 February 2019View