Humans were living in Australia 50,000 years ago

Friday, 19 May 2017
Archaeologists working in a remote cave on Barrow Island have uncovered the earliest evidence of Aboriginal occupation. Pictured are remains of shellfish consumed at the site 42,500 years ago.

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