Start to see fish hooks fish nets weights fish bones

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-start to see fish hooks, fish nets, weights, fish bones, shellfish rapid change in culture to deal with rapid change in environment. -other big thing we see is clever use of fire! Fire -main use is for cooking food in a cave -another use is to hunt down animals by trapping them in a fire and then humans with spears and rocks
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-burn the land to effect the kinds of plants that grow -modifying the land with technology -Where are people in Australia living? Most of them live in the coast and use boats to go around and explore. Lots of evidence that people lived in the coast before they moved in the interior where it’s a desert. The coast is where the good parts are. Start to see evidence for trade like long distance trade because different parts of the coast had different specialties. -evidence for trade: see items that don’t exist in that area 2 important sites: 1) Rolando Lakes 2) Lake Mungo earliest human remains in Australia, get those 50,000 years ago. -Tasmania, Australia does not get inhabited until 35,000 years ago. Why do people take an extra 15,000 years to go to Tasmania? The location lacks of material resources to make tools. -people spread to the pacific like Hawaii (1,000 years ago) or eastern islands or new zealand-one of the most recent places to be occupied. Because they are extremely isolated to get to these places or you don’t even know that these places exist. -all these animals start to die in New Zealand around 1200 A.D. no more that bird which is like chicken and then fish is started to be consume. Large animals start to become extinct.
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