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Submerged Indigenous cultural sites found in WA waters

Researcher says that for archaeologists in Australia, ‘the next great frontier is underwater’

Australian researchers have worked with the Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation to locate underwater archaeological sites off the north-west coast of Western Australia.

Sean Ulm, an archaeologist at James Cook University in north Queensland, was part of the research team that investigated the sites.

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