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Please excuse the lack of blog posts, we were studying and making a music video.

Our fall semester is finally coming to an end…

After our amazing trip to Boise State (which we can’t wait to tell you about!) things have been a whirlwind of wonderful but we are so ready for the winter break. 93 more words

Archaeology

Lithics Galore

We certainly love our jargon in archaeology. If you’re on a hike with an archaeologist and they suddenly stop and excitedly shout, ‘Ooo! Lithics!’—you’ll now know what on earth they’re talking about after this episode. 563 more words

Archaeology

Tool-wielding Monkeys Push Shellfish To Edge Of Extinction

According to NewScientist –

HUMANS aren’t the only primate to have pushed their prey towards extinction. Monkeys have also over-exploited animals for food. Long-tailed macaques… 90 more words

Stones

Frank has set the photo challenge of Stones. I know I have posted these before but they are stones that represent a part of the history of Australia. 190 more words

Photos

The good, the bad and the bondwe

They say you shouldn’t go food shopping when you’re hungry because you buy impulsively. I’m now a firm believer in that piece of wisdom.

More than two weeks after returning from Zambia, I’m still recovering from acute food poisoning that struck during the final few days of the project.  1,330 more words

Victoria Falls

Journey to Belize: Lab Work

This entry details events that took place on May 25, 2017; immediately following the occurrences described here.

When I awoke on the morning of May 25, I was not at my best. 721 more words

Travel

Earliest Human Habitation of Australia Finally Dated Conclusively to 65,000 Years Ago

The oldest axe in the world has been found in Australia, and it is 65,000 years old. This pushes back the previously considered window of earliest Australian human population by thousands of years. 212 more words