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jazziefee

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According to the map, First Travels to Australia, what was the predominant cardinal direction of migration to Australia?
 
  a. East from India
  b. East from Africa
  c. West from North America
  d. South from Asia
  e. West from Hawaii

Question 2

How did archeologist J. M. Bowler describe his discovery of Mungo Man?
 
  a. The skeleton was in parts.
  b. The skeleton was coated with a golden layer of some substance.
  c. The first thing he saw was a section of the skull.
  d. The discovery site was 1,600 miles from the site of Mungo Woman.
  e. The skeleton was originally thought to be female.



blfontai

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Answer to Question 1

d

Answer to Question 2

c



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