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7,500 year old fish trap

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the fish traps that were found at a site in the Dubna River Basin near Moscow,these finds may show that there were permanent sites of habitation rather that nomadic hunter/gatherers in this area.

http://phys.org/news/2012-01-year-old-fish-russia.html#nRlv

Rather than starting another thread I am including this link about deep sea fishing in Australia 42,00kbp

http://phys.org/news/2011-11-prehistoric-mastered-deep-sea-fishing.html#nRlv

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“The site that we studied featured more than 38,000 fish bones from 2,843 individual fish dating back 42,000 years,” said Professor O’Connor.

Set that woman to counting holes in Blackburn, Lancashire!

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No need.... "now we know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall" John Lennon

Interesting links j , thanks for posting them. (and they work! :tu: )

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Thanks. I really appreciate you bringing this to my attention. I was fascinated by the last paragraph which explained the reason for the organic p[reservation.

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Hi Stereologist,

It would seem that artifact found in peet do survive quite well,I had posted some links in another thread about the Windover Pond People,some of the finds there were very well preserved as the pictures attested to.

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