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  • This photo shows the skull bone fragment found outside Aitape, Papua New Guinea, in 1929. The bone has been dated to be about 6,000 years old and likely belongs to the world's first known tsunami victim.
    Arthur Durband, Kansas State University.
    This photo shows the skull bone fragment found outside Aitape, Papua New Guinea, in 1929. The bone has been dated to be about 6,000 years old and likely belongs to the world's first known tsunami victim.
  • Jason Kariwiga, University of Papua New Guinea, (front) and Mark Golitko, assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Notre Dame, talk to some of the people from Aitape about their work. They're standing in a field at the location they drew their samples from for their study.
    James Goff, University of New South Wales, Sydney.
    Jason Kariwiga, University of Papua New Guinea, (front) and Mark Golitko, assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Notre Dame, talk to some of the people from Aitape about their work. They're standing in a field at the location they drew their samples from for their study.
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