It looked like a pile of big black rocks. But they were dinosaur bones.
The bones belong to the biggest dino ever found in Australia [ah-STRAY-lee-uh].
Read More: Robyn and Stuart Mackenzie were riding motorbikes on their farm in Eromanga, Australia. They spotted the dinosaur bones. They come from a plant-eating sauropod. That dinosaur is new to paleontologists (people who study dino fossils). They named it Australotitan cooperensis (“southern giant from Cooper Creek”). Scientists think it was as long as a basketball court and as tall as a two-story building! Job 40:15 describes something big and strong that could have been like this dinosaur. “Behold, Behemoth, which I made as I made you; he eats grass like an ox.”