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RTRAVY 
March 19, 1996 
Richard Fullagar, a scientist at the Australian Museum in Sydney, March 19, holds what is believed to... 
Australia 
RICHARD FULLAGAR HOLDS 30,000 YEAR OLD GRINDSTONE 
Richard Fullagar, a scientist at the Australian Museum in Sydney, March 19, holds what is believed to be the world's oldest grindstones, used by ancient aboriginals to make flour. The discovery of the 30,000-year-old tools, which was made in the north-west state of New South Wales, doubles the length of time humans are known to have been able to process plant seeds.

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