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Australia: For first time, archaeologists find Aboriginal site underwater

For most of the human history of Australia, sea levels were much lower than they are today, and there was extra dry land where people lived.


Archaeologists could only speculate about how people used those now-submerged lands, and whether any traces remain today.


https://www.sciencealert.com/in-a-first-historical-australian-aboriginal-site-found-preserved-on-the-seabed

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