Stone tools tell story of intrepid Polynesian mariners – ABC Online

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Stone tools tell story of intrepid Polynesian mariners
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Early Polynesian sailors criss-crossed the Pacific for hundreds of years, travelling as far as 2,500 kilometres, according to a new chemical analysis of centuries-old stone tools. Key points: Chemical fingerprinting suggests stone tools were brought to

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