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Aboriginals Got to Australia Along Two Routes in Southeast Asia

There is a mystery about how Aboriginals first came to Australia. No evidence has come to light that shows there travel from Africa to the Southeast Asia. Artifacts in Australia date to 65,000 years ago but evidence in SEA only dates to 45,000 years ago and they are different people. Two likely paths to Australia are the northern route and the southern route.

migration australia sign register toggle navigation research buy kit genographic project migration australia migration australia years ago band humans landed northern australia arriving primitive boat raft likely journey planned enough men women arrived found new population there perhaps guided rivers group ventured deeper inland found giant mammals birds reptiles ripe hunting other humans challenge intrepid group stumbled upon new continent all themselves ocean crossing asia australia humanity’s great early achievements shrouded mystery why modern humans made journey still open questions scientists keen answer.

key understanding ancestors first left africa did so wave staggered exodus spread millennia archaeological evidence reveals modern humans spread southeast asia africa years ago australia years ago earliest known evidence human occupation australia rock shelter northern territory years oldest human fossils ever discovered australia years younger spencer wells geneticist national geographic explorer-in-residence speculated first australians landed northern australia papua new guinea part same landmass—and gradually moved inland river systems queensland southern australia first explorers anthropologists long debated modern humans left africa radiated globe there multiple journeys continent previously widely accepted theory all modern humans derive single out-of-africa migration wave europe asia australia according model first australians branched.

asian population already separated ancestors europeans 2 conventional wisdom challenged new discovery modern gene sequencing techniques researchers sampled dna lock hair young aboriginal man donated british anthropologist 2 dna hair compared genomes people living asia europe africa scientists discovered aboriginal australians closely related africans modern asians europeans suggests humans migrated eastern asia multiple waves today’s aboriginal australians descended early wave left africa years ago ancestors asians europeans confirmed finding means present-day aboriginal australians oldest population humans living africa meandering route another mystery route early modern humans traveling africa australia previously thought leaving africa humans stayed close coasts traveling southward reached indonesia australia.

scientists reported discovery human skull fragments limestone cave northern laos date back years ago finding surprising indicated early humans roamed far wide asia leaving africa venturing north northeast rough mountainous terra laos perhaps even china vietnam thailand reaching australia would presented significant challenges ancient humans ocean always separated asia oceania travel continents would required humans navigate dozens miles open water humans colonized australia intentionally accident— being bl there mon winds example— unknown national geographic’s wells thinks former scenario likely another mystery kind water vessels early humans used reach australia none boats used aboriginal people ancient times suitable major voyages suggested early humans reached continent rafts made bamboo material common asia fire death.

signal covered lions human giant giant privacy rights forever contact used australia well roughly may driving australia’s llc wildlife extinction their clear birds years purpose dramatic massive flush close result policy likely became ago other large humans tribes man-made forests routes reached migration arrival fires decisive mammals drought-adapted landscape © continent’s animals—including set land humans marsupial kangaroos fol may land fires national shrubs reptiles— plants fire-resistant hunting continent’s clear partners species landscape role unknown humans transforming however service hunts early all permanent changes today 2 triggered us reserved altered faq birds geographic game terms large extinct journey early us dominate australian fires played early
Aboriginal trek to Australia

Penguins Lost

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