In 1974, remains dubbed Mungo Man were excavated from the shores of Lake Mungo. Since then, they have been kept at the Australian National University and more recently have been extensively researched. Still intact, for forty years the Mungo Man has fascinated archaeologist. Now it seems the remains will find a new home, but exactly where that will be isn’t so simple.

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Wednesday, November 4 2015
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Featured in storyJim Bowler - Professorial Fellow in the School of Earth Sciences at the University of MelbourneDr Michael Westaway - Senior Research Fellow at Griffith UniversityProfessor Claire Smith - Heah of the Department of Archaeology at Flinders University

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