out of Asia

O'Connor, Sue
May 2012
Australasian Science;May2012, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p16
The article discusses the discovery of shell and offshore fish bone hooks in archaeological coastal sites in Australia. It explores initial human colonisation of the country, citing possible voyaging activities done. It describes how the said discovery indicate the possibility of maritime and fishing skills in early voyagers to the region. The distinct features of the bones found at the sites are also reported.


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