Devil tooth among significant finds at Juukan cave site

By Ethan James
Updated April 16 2024 - 5:00pm, first published 4:56pm
Fresh excavation work at Juukan Gorge in Western Australia has turned up some significant finds. (HANDOUT/SCARP ARCHAEOLOGY AND PKKP ABORIGINAL CORPORATION)
Fresh excavation work at Juukan Gorge in Western Australia has turned up some significant finds. (HANDOUT/SCARP ARCHAEOLOGY AND PKKP ABORIGINAL CORPORATION)

A Tasmanian devil tooth, artefacts and braided hair are among "mind blowing" finds from excavations of 46,000-year-old Indigenous rock shelters in Western Australia destroyed by mining.

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