Prehistoric Australian marsupial in the Wombat family
Phascolonus was a prehistoric Australian marsupial in the wombat family with smaller sized relatives still living today. The largest species, Phascolonus gigas, weighed as much as 200 kg (450 lb).
Age range: 3.6 million to 12,000 years
An incisor has been collected from the Eulo sites, expanding the range of Phascolonus during the late Pleistocene into South West Queensland.