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Wonderwerk Cave - Stone Tools Made By Homo Habilis
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Marty
- 1 hour ago - donsmaps.com
View of the Interior of Wonderwerk Cave. It is a South African National Heritage site due to its role in discovering the human and environmental history of the area
Winnemucca Petroglyphs: Oldest Rock Art in North America
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Marty
- 1 hour ago - donsmaps.com
Researchers found that these petroglyphs discovered in western Nevada are at least 10 500 years old, making them the oldest rock art ever dated in North America. This is Petroglyph site WDL12 (archaeological site 26Wa3329) on the west side of the Winnemuc
Ice Age Footprints
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Marty
- 1 hour ago - donsmaps.com
Archaeologists have unearthed the world's largest collection of Ice Age era footprints, dating from about 20 000 years ago, in the bed of a dry lake in the New South Wales outback.
La Quina - a Neanderthal Site With Thick Asymmetric Tools
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Marty
- 1 hour ago - donsmaps.com
La Quina is a Neanderthal site located in the Charente region of south-western France. The artisans of the La Quina Mousterian industry type (thick asymmetric tools transformed many times) had a particular way of life: they were hunters specializing in th
Ice Age Babies From the Krems-Wachtberg Site
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Marty
- 2 hours ago - donsmaps.com
Researchers have unearthed the graves of three Stone Age infants that may ultimately bear on the question of whether humans interbred with Neanderthals. The rare find, from a 27 000 year old site in Austria, includes two bodies that might be twins shelter
Zaraysk
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Marty
- 2 hours ago - donsmaps.com
The inhabitants were living in a peri-glacial tundra environment, but could call on the rich flint and animal resources of the area at that time. Wood was scarce, but flint, bone and ivory were plentiful, so that raw materials for food, fuel and tools wer
   

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