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A kangaroo appears in a Portuguese prayer book throwing off all we know about Australia and her history. Apparently.

A kangaroo appears in a Portuguese prayer book throwing off all we know about Australia and her history. Apparently.

Image of what is thought to be a kangaroo on a 16th century processional could lend weight to the theory that the Portuguese were the first ...

Image of what is thought to be a kangaroo on a 16th century processional could lend weight to the theory that the Portuguese were the first ...

A tiny drawing of a kangaroo curled in the letters of a 16th-century Portuguese manuscript could rewrite Australian history.  Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/books/16thcentury-manuscript-could-rewrite-australian-history-20140115-30vak.html#ixzz2sb6QqZSA

A tiny drawing of a kangaroo curled in the letters of a 16th-century Portuguese manuscript could rewrite Australian history. Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/books/16thcentury-manuscript-could-rewrite-australian-history-20140115-30vak.html#ixzz2sb6QqZSA

Kilwa -- full name Kilwa Kisiwani -- is a former city-state that rose to become one of the most dominant trading centers on the coast of East Africa in the 13th and 14th century.

Kilwa -- full name Kilwa Kisiwani -- is a former city-state that rose to become one of the most dominant trading centers on the coast of East Africa in the 13th and 14th century.

In this photo taken Friday Feb. 20, 2015,  Jeffrey Gusky, a photographer and physician from Texas points at graffitis in a former chalk quarry, at the Cite Souterraine, Underground City, in Naours, northern France. Gusky began photographing the site last December and has tallied 1,821 individual names: 731 Australians, 339 British, 55 Americans, a handful of French and Canadians and 662 others whose nationalities have yet to be traced. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)

In this photo taken Friday Feb. 20, 2015, Jeffrey Gusky, a photographer and physician from Texas points at graffitis in a former chalk quarry, at the Cite Souterraine, Underground City, in Naours, northern France. Gusky began photographing the site last December and has tallied 1,821 individual names: 731 Australians, 339 British, 55 Americans, a handful of French and Canadians and 662 others whose nationalities have yet to be traced. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)

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