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Outback Cave Art

By Brooke, Australia, August 2012

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A radiocarbon laboratory in New Zealand recently returned the results from a finding of rock art in an Australian outback cave just a year prior. Tests of the charcoal used to make the drawings in Nawarla Gabarnmang rock shelter in the Northern Territory prove that the art was created some 28,000 years ago.

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Photo courtesy of rileyroxx via Flickr.

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