21 jul. 2017

Australia Inhabited for at Least 65,000 Years, 20,000 Longer than Originally Assumed

The revised dating and uncovering of new artifacts from an archaeological site in Australia's Arnhem Land has prompted archaeologists to revise theories as to when the ancestors of present-day Aboriginies first settled in what we now call Australia, pushing that date back by 20,000 years to a point in time 65,000 years ago. This revised timeline also implies that modern humans may have begun the colonization of Asia much earlier than previously assumed.

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