Humans arrived in Australian interior 49,000 years ago, archaeologists believe

Site yields artefacts including tools and a bone from huge wombat-like creature that indicate human activity 10,000 years earlier than previously thought

An aerial view of the northern Flinders Ranges, where the Warratyi rock shelter was discovered. Research reveals evidence of human activity there 49,000 years ago. Photograph: Credit: Giles Hamm.

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