In Lake Tandou you had megafauna right around the lake, the Diprotodon, the (genie?) hornets, the dingo and wombats and all that you know and then the little Tasmanian devil we found their droppings there. But in the lake itself you would've had fish; we’ve found fish otoliths that’s the thing - and the yabby otolith but also the fish gastrolith what makes the fish balance. Inside in its brain it's got two little things and it balance the fish, and if you catch the fish and you hit it, and you disturb one of them little things it puts the fish off balance, they gotta be straight.
But also, in there again we had a lungfish, right, and a lungfish was a big thing like this, and I don’t know when they died out here, but our next big fish is Parntu, the cod, but it's proving that these lake systems was here for a long time. We got our peoples occupation 25-30000 years, they was here at Lake Menindee and they hunted around these areas.