6,000-yr-previous cranium might be from the world’s earliest recognized tsunami sufferer

Scientists have found what they consider is the cranium of the earliest recognized tsunami sufferer, an individual who lived 6,000 years in the past in Papua New Guinea. The cranium itself was discovered virtually 100 years in the past, however current evaluation of the sediments discovered with the cranium reveals that they bear distinctive hallmarks of tsunami exercise.
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