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Antiquity of Man in Australia

Nature volume 162, page 256 (14 August 1948) | Download Citation

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FOR nearly eighty years, one of the most prominent items of anatomical evidence in support of the antiquity of man in Australia has been a fragment of a supposed human molar, found by Krefft in the Wellington Caves of New South Wales.

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  1. South Australian Museum. March 30.

    • H. H. FINLAYSON

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