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Muttaburrasaurus - Life in Gondwana

Australia, 1994 (MIFF 1994, Science Programme)

Director: Graham Binding, Norman Yeend

100 million years ago the great southern continent of Gondwana was inhabited by a unique species of dinosaur - the Muttaburrasaurus. Evidence for this dinosaur has been found only in Australia. An imaginative combination of animation and footage from 'digs' such as Dinosaur Cove and Inverloch reveal the latest on dinosaurs in Australia.

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