Human life in Australia began a lot earlier than we thought, 65,000 years ago

An incredible excavation at a site called Madjedbebe in north Australia has revealed 11,000 artefacts including stone tools dating from as long as 65,000 years ago, revealing that human life in Australia began a lot earlier than we thought.

An incredible excavation at a site called Madjedbebe in north Australia has revealed 11,000 artefacts including stone tools dating from as long as 65,000 years ago, revealing that human life in Australia began a lot earlier than we thought.
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