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    Quote Originally Posted by Hairyman View Post
    Artefacts of animal bone and charcoal recently found at the Ganga Maya cave site in the WA's Pilbara region and analysed through carbon-dating techniques
    indicate use of the cave may date from more than 45,000 years ago.
    These early dates make the site a contender for one of a few of the earliest known for people in Australia.
    There are more caves in the area yet to be explored by archaeologists.


    Read more here; http://www.smh.com.au/national/archa...614-zs7wd.html
    Yes I read this just this morning, very interesting. Thanks for posting.
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    "Huge genetic diversity among Papuan New Guinean peoples revealed"
    "This is the first large-scale study of genetic diversity and population history in Papua New Guinea. Our study revealed that the genetic differences between groups of people there are generally very strong, often much stronger even than between major populations within all of Europe or all of East Asia."

    http://popular-archaeology.com/issue...oples-revealed
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    Excellent, thank you for sharingsmiley-face-clip-art-thumbs-up-152.jpg
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    A new species of extinct marsupial lion discovered in Queensland
    http://www.news.com.au/technology/sc...3f3b18edb58b73

    AUSSIE researchers have discovered a new species of extinct marsupial lion about the size of a border collie that roamed the country stalking prey 18 million years ago.

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    We have lost so much of our wildlife. Thanks for this post.
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    "Archaeologists have confirmed ancient human remains, potentially up to 6,000 years old, are interred in burial mounds at a site long regarded as culturally significant by the Tjungundji people of western Cape York."

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-02-0...rounds/9404322
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    Good post mate but the link is not working = This site doesn't exist here
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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Loup View Post
    Good post mate but the link is not working = This site doesn't exist here
    Keith.
    Link is working for me but try this one .... http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-02-0...rounds/9404322

    or the ABC science page http://www.abc.net.au/news/science/ and scroll down.
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    Thanks HM, the original link worked this time. Must have been a glitch!
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    Hi,

    Saw this great article in The Guardian: an overview of human evolution:

    https://www.theguardian.com/news/201...ionary-journey

    Worth a read.

    KB

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