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Australian dinosaurs after the K/T boundary?



On a National Geographic special on PBS this week, mention was made that
dinosaurs may have survived beyond the K/T boundary in Australia. The reason
given was that Australia was near the south pole at that time, and this
acclimatized the dinosaurs to the colder weather that followed the K/T boundary.
Does anyone know what evidence this claim of dinos beyond the Cretaceous Era is
based on? Have fossils been found above the boundary layer in Australia?
Annoyingly, the show did not mention any details (not even the name of who was
making such a claim).

Scott Horton
Geophysicist/Computer Programmer