A STRATIFIED and undisturbed occupation deposit containing stone and bone tools and a rich faunal assemblage has been discovered in a limestone cave at Buchan, in eastern Victoria (latitude 37° 31′ S, longitude 148° 10′ E). This is the first Pleistocene occupation site in which bone is preserved, yet found in eastern Australia.
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FLOOD, J. Pleistocene Human Occupation and Extinct Fauna in Cloggs Cave, Buchan, South-east Australia. Nature 246, 303 (1973). https://doi.org/10.1038/246303a0