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Newman ~ Geology
contributed by JoeFurulyas, taken on 9 May 2015
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The petroglyph is chipped into the ancient sandstone in the Wunna Munna gorge art site north of Newman, the sandstone is estimated to be around 500 million years in age, human occupancy in the region is proven to be around 27000 years, the natural river stone in my 65 year old hand is absolutely timeless.
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