First Australian Populations Followed Footpath 'Superhighway'

First Australian Populations Followed Footpath 'Superhighway'
Onni Cao/ 4 Deserts Race Series via AP

The best path across the desert is rarely the straightest. For the first human inhabitants of Sahul — the super-continent that underlies modern Australia and New Guinea — camping at the next spring, stream, or rock shelter allowed them to thrive for hundreds of generations.

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