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An Incredible Journey: The First People to Arrive in Australia Came in Large Numbers, and on Purpose. The Best of 2021.

By Corey J.A, Bradshaw, Flinders University, Laura S. Weyrich, Michael Bird and Sean Ulm, James Cook University. The size of the first population of people needed to arrive, survive, and thrive in what is now Australia is revealed in two… Continue Reading →

Ancient Undersea Middens Offer Clues About Life Before Rising Seas Engulfed The Coast

By Katherine Woo, Geoff Bailey, Jessica Cook Hale, Jonathan Benjamin and Sean Ulm The world’s oceans hold their secrets close, including clues about how people lived tens of thousands of years ago. For a large portion of humanity’s existence, sea… Continue Reading →

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