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Sahul continent

May 18 , 2024 25 days 199 0
  • NEW archaeological records provide evidence of a lost Atlantis-like landscape that early humans travelled on more than 70,000 years ago.
  • The supercontinent, once known as Sahul, was a landmass that was exposed thousands of years ago during the Pleistocene epoch.
  • During this period, Earth was in the middle of the last ice age.
  • Glaciation led to declining sea levels, exposing areas of the continental shelf that had previously been submerged.
  • This revealed land connecting what is now mainland Australia to Papua New Guinea in the north and Tasmania in the south.

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