Koolasuchus cleelandi is the Victorian state fossil emblem. It was one of eight fossils nominated to become state fossil emblem in 2021. It is a giant temnospondyl amphibian from Early Cretaceous rocks near San Remo, Victoria, which showed temnospondyls had survived at least 50 million years longer in Australia than anywhere else in the world.

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