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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Megafaunal Extinctions A popular and vigorous debate has waxed and waned over the years in relation to the timing and causes&nbsp;of megafaunal extinctions in Australia. The megafauna are mostly classified as animals in excess of 40 kg&nbsp;that disappeared towards the close of the Pleistocene&nbsp;period. They included a number of marsupial giants&nbsp;the largest of which - the Diprotodon - weighed in&nbsp;at approximately 2.7 tonnes; the giant flightless&nbsp;bird, Genyornis; the giant goanna, Megalania and a&nbsp;range of giant kangaroos, and wallabies. However,&nbsp;there are a number of now extinct species that&nbsp;weighed in at considerably less than 40 kg. Those&nbsp;species that did not become extinct underwent phy-letic dwarfing and their modern day representatives&nbsp;are in some cases considerably smaller than their&nbsp;Pleistocene relatives.\n \nThe main contenders in the extinction debate have always been people and/or climate. Blitzkreig, first&nbsp;developed by Paul Ma') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Megafaunal Extinctions A popular and vigorous debate has waxed and waned over the years in relation to the timing and causes&nbsp;of megafaunal extinctions in Australia. The megafauna are mostly classified as animals in excess of 40 kg&nbsp;that disappeared towards the close of the Pleistocene&nbsp;period. They included a number of marsupial giants&nbsp;the largest of which - the Diprotodon - weighed in&nbsp;at approximately 2.7 tonnes; the giant flightless&nbsp;bird, Genyornis; the giant goanna, Megalania and a&nbsp;range of giant kangaroos, and wallabies. However,&nbsp;there are a number of now extinct species that&nbsp;weighed in at considerably less than 40 kg. Those&nbsp;species that did not become extinct underwent phy-letic dwarfing and their modern day representatives&nbsp;are in some cases considerably smaller than their&nbsp;Pleistocene relatives.\n \nThe main contenders in the extinction debate have always been people and/or climate. Blitzkreig, first&nbsp;developed by Paul Ma') AND id != 88949 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-06 08:12:19' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5