Re-thinking the ‘inhospitable’ Himalayas
For many years it was believed that the Himalayas acted as a barrier between people living to the north and south of the mountain range. But a world-first dating technology has revealed that people have lived in the Himalayan highlands for more than 5,000 years.
Reporter Sahar Foladi spoke to Dr Jan-Hendrik May from the University of Melbourne and Dr Luke Gliganic from the University of Wollongong about their discovery.
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