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Paleontologists from Museum Victoria, Australia, and the Smithsonian Institution have rediscovered what they claim are the oldest sirenian fossils ever found in the Indo-Pacific region.
The 12-million-year-old fossils – vertebrae and ribs – were discovered in the Selminum Tem cave in the Hindenburg Range, Western Province of Papua New Guinea, more than 30 years ago, but remained unstudied.
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