Laura Light, a researcher at the gallery, told Australia's The Age newspaper that "a kangaroo or wallaby in a manuscript this early is proof that the artist of this manuscript had either been in Australia, or even more interestingly, that travellers' reports and drawings of the interesting animals found in this new world were already available in Portugal." Others, however, are not so convinced.Dr Martin Woods of the National Library of Australia told The Age that "it could be another animal in south-east Asia, like any number of deer species, some of which stand up on their hind legs to feed of high branches".Dating Australian women and men is never easier than today when there are many Australian dating websites that offer free service for Australian singles online. HELLO DEAR HOW ARE YOU DOING HOPE YOU GOOD AM nikky AM NEW ON THIS DATING SITE TO FIND SOMEONE I WILL LEAVE THE REST OF MY LIFE WITH HOWEVER I LOOK INTO YOUR PROFILE I&nb…
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The manuscript, which is thought to date from between 15, appears to show a small kangaroo within the letters of its text.
If the image actually is a kangaroo, the drawing suggests that Portuguese explorers may have discovered Australia before the first recorded European landing on the continent by Dutch navigator Willem Janszoon in 1606.
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