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26 Oct A new study says Papua New Guinea's Aitape skull is from now believe the skull belongs to the oldest known tsunami victim, reports. 25 Oct Skull fragment from coastal site believed to date from years ago Scientists believe it belongs to the oldest known human tsunami victim. 25 Oct The skull bone fragment found outside Aitape, Papua New Guinea, in The bone has been dated to be about 6, years old and likely belongs to the world's first known tsunami victim. In , Australian geologist Paul Hossfeld stumbled upon a partial human skull in a mangrove.
25 Oct WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A mysterious partial skull unearthed in Papua New Guinea in that once was thought to belong to an extinct. 25 Oct The year-old Aitape skull, found in Papua New Guinea in , was that contain telltale signs of ocean water left behind by a tsunami. 26 Oct A new paper published this week in PLOS ONE uncovered evidence that the skull had moved to its resting place via a tsunami 6, years ago.
26 Oct Scientists studying a mysterious skull discovered in Papua New Guinea 88 years ago have said they believe it belonged to an early victim of a. 25 Oct With the benefit of knowledge gained from studies of the tsunami in the same area, we conclude that the skull was laid down in a tsunami. 25 Oct A year-old skull found in what is now Papua New Guinea may be the first evidence of a tsunami victim. 26 Oct An ancient human skull discovered in Papua New Guinea is likely to have belonged to the world's oldest-known tsunami victim, scientists say. 27 Oct A year-old skull found in Papua New Guinea is likely the world's oldest- known tsunami victim, experts said Thursday after a new analysis.
26 Oct A 6,year-old skull fragment from the town of Aitape in Papua New Guinea probably belonged to the victim of a tsunami - a massive. 25 Oct Scientists studying the effects of tsunamis have now shed light on what could be the earliest record of a person killed in a tsunami: someone. 25 Oct Scientists have discovered what they believe is the skull of the earliest known tsunami victim, a person who lived years ago in Papua New. 26 Oct An ancient skull dating back more than years may have belonged to the earliest known human victim of a tsunami, scientists say.