45,000-year-old artifacts found in Australian cave

Published on July 3rd, 2014 | by Sevaan Franks

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Artifacts have been found at the Ganga Maya Cave in Western Australia date that back more than 45,000 years.

Asked if the cave could be the site of the earliest human settlement, she said: “We have only got the one date and I would prefer to get other dates before I make those kind of claims. It is certainly a very old site.

“I think it is an area that people have travelled into to start exploring Australia. They have come from SE Asia across the water and arrived in northern Australia and made their way around the coast following river systems inland.”

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Story: Tim Barlass, Sydney Morning Herald | Photo: Sydney Morning Herald

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