Prehistoric plants by M. Hunter

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Fossils of this prehistoric tree showed it was around in the Jurassic era, million years ago, when Stegosaurus and Iguanodon roamed the earth. Scientists thought it was extinct. InDavid Noble, adventurous rock climber and forest trekker, spotted an unusual plant in a very remote spot of temperate rainforest in New South Wales, Australia.

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