Tuesday, November 01, 2016

How Ancient Humans Reached Remote South Pacific Islands - The New York Times

How Ancient Humans Reached Remote South Pacific Islands - The New York Times:



"Some 3,400 years ago, before the Iron Age or the rise of Ancient Greece, people on the Solomon Islands left their white sandy shores for the cerulean seas of the South Pacific. Their adventures brought humanity to the most remote reaches of Oceania, like the tropical islands of Hawaii, Tonga and Fiji."



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