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Find revises man’s arrival down under

Discovery of stone tools pushes back estimates of when man reached Austrailia. AFP SYDNEY – Ax heads and grinding stones from a cave in Australia’s far north suggest humans reached the continent about 65,000 years ago – some 18,000 years earlier than previously thought, according to research published on Thursday. A technique called luminescence dating was…

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