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Kangaroo Rock Painting Identified As Australia's Oldest

News   Feb 23, 2021 | Original story from the University of Melbourne

 
Kangaroo Rock Painting Identified As Australia's Oldest

Traditional Owner Ian Waina inspecting a Naturalistic painting of a kangaroo, determined to be more than 12,700 years old based on the age of overlying mud wasp nests. The inset is an illustration of the painting above it. Credit: Peter Veth and the Balanggarra Aboriginal Corporation, Illustration: Pauline Heaney.

 
 
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