Rosemary Island’s early inhabitants adapted to the rise in sea level

Archaeologists working on an island off of Australia have discovered stone foundations of houses dating from the end of the last ice age. The placement of these foundations indicate the inhabitants were adapting to the rise in sea level that was caused by the warming climate.


Evidence of 9,000-year-old stone houses found on Australian island

By Calla Wahlquist

The Guardian

September 5, 2016

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