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28,000 Year Old Australian Cave Paintings: Photo Essay

28,000 Year Old Australian Cave Paintings: Photo Essay | Prehistoric archaeology | Scoop.it
The vividly colored cave paintings of Nawarla Gabarnmang, Arnhem Land, Australia, were begun at least 28,000 years ago, (28,000 Year Old Australian Cave Paintings: Photo Essay http://t.co/pb0MUfGmkf)...

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Language and Tool-Making Skills Evolved at the Same Time - Science Daily (press release)

Language and Tool-Making Skills Evolved at the Same Time - Science Daily (press release) | Prehistoric archaeology | Scoop.it
Wired Language and Tool-Making Skills Evolved at the Same Time Science Daily (press release) Researchers from the University tested the brain activity of 10 expert stone tool makers (flint knappers) as they undertook a stone tool-making task and a...
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This is quite intriguing to me! Were they thinking of recipes and delicious things to eat as they shaped the tools?

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Mounds worth remembering - Sonoma Valley Sun

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Mounds worth remembering
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Shellmounds are types of midden deposits that were created inadvertently by their inhabitants via the refuge they left behind.
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What human faces might look like in 100000 years - The Guardian

What human faces might look like in 100000 years - The Guardian | Prehistoric archaeology | Scoop.it
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What human faces might look like in 100000 years
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Kwan believes that, 60,000 years from now, the evolution of our faces will essentially be moot, thanks to our ability to control the human genome.
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Stare bears!

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sussuro's comment, October 1, 2013 10:34 PM
Why the big eyes? too much screen time? or will humans be living in the dark?
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Too many surprises?
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Refereed journal papers & book chapters – Professor Ian J. McNiven

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Shell middens and mobility: The use of off-site faunal remains, Queensland, Australia. Journal of Field Archaeology 19:495-508. MCNIVEN, I.J. 1992. Ethnohistorical reconstructions of Aboriginal lifeways along the Cooloola ...

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Neolithic dentists? — World Archaeology

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A 6,500-year-old tooth packed with beeswax represents the earliest dental filling, newly published research says. Found in part of a human jaw excavated in a Slovenian cave, the tooth is a left canine, thought to have ...
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How Aboriginal Australians Coped With the Last Ice Age - Science Daily (press release)

How Aboriginal Australians Coped With the Last Ice Age - Science Daily (press release) | Prehistoric archaeology | Scoop.it
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How Aboriginal Australians Coped With the Last Ice Age
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How Aboriginal Australians Coped With the Last Ice Age. Sep.
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