Protemnodon is a genus of megafaunal macropods that existed in Australia and Papua New Guinea in the Pleistocene. Based on fossil evidence it is though that the known Protemnodon were physically similar to wallabies but far larger; Protemnodon hopei was the smallest in the genus weighing about 45 kilograms, the other species all weighed over 110 kg.
New Ages for the Last Australian Megafauna: Continent-Wide Extinction About 46,000 Years Ago.(Statistical Data Included)
Jun 08, 2001; Twenty-three of the 24 genera of Australian land animals weighing more than 45 kg (which, along with a few smaller species,...