- The First Australians grew to a population of millions, much more than previous estimates. The establishment of populations in every part of this giant continent could have occurred in as little as 5,000 years. And the entire population of Sahul could have been as high as 6.4 million people. https://theconversation.com/the-first-australians-grew-to-a-population-of-millions-much-more-than-previous-estimates-142371 41 comments science
- Buried tools and pigments tell a new history of humans in Australia for 65,000 years https://theconversation.com/buried-tools-and-pigments-tell-a-new-history-of-humans-in-australia-for-65-000-years-81021 50 comments
- Island-hopping study shows the most likely route the first people took to Australia https://theconversation.com/island-hopping-study-shows-the-most-likely-route-the-first-people-took-to-australia-93120 0 comments
- In a first discovery of its kind, researchers have uncovered an ancient Aboriginal archaeological site preserved on the seabed https://theconversation.com/in-a-first-discovery-of-its-kind-researchers-have-uncovered-an-ancient-aboriginal-archaeological-site-preserved-on-the-seabed-138108 0 comments
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