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Would you like to see Tassie devils return to the Australian mainland? That’s just one of the crazy things that could happen if the “rewilding” movement gets its way.
Aboriginal astronomy fuses 60,000 years of Indigenous knowledge with theoretical physics – and modern street maps.
Travel back in time with this soundscape from the world’s leading “archaeologist of sound”.
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