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Re: Genyornis: why not the bloody dingoes?



>Researchers have apparently attributed extinctions of Genyornis to humans
>burning their food vegetation and otherwise disrupting their niche.
>
>But why not predation by early aboriginals and, indeed, their dogs, the
>dingoes. 

Dingoes didn't arrive in Australia until around 3,000 years ago. Genyornis
and the megafauna had well and truely snuffed it by then.