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Tuesday, 13 February 2018

What to do next with Australia's oldest human remains?

What to do next with Australia's oldest human remains?
- When the bones of Australia's oldest and most complete human were unearthed in the 1970s it rewrote history. Dubbed Mungo Man after the dried-up lake basin where he was found, the skeleton dates back about 42,000 years. But his removal from his burial site to a Canberra university 43 years ago ...