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gets word that in 2009, archeologists have made an important discovery that supports the river theory. Stone tools found not far from the side of the mega-lake in Tunisia, the first step is to identify the shoreline of the ancient lake.

 

-Uh, now, this is, looks good. So, you got some freshwater mollusks.

 

These tiny shells are a good sign of the lake, now he searches for what may have been drinking the water when the mega-lake existed.

 

-We have a, what looks like a, part of a jawbone, of a small herbivore, you see, three teeth running along there, looks something of a gazelle.

 

So animals must have existed here in the desert when it was green.

 

-Ok, so we got a, a stone tool here, it’s become blunted and they retouched it with a lot of very fine flakes of the edge. A fact that we got stone tools and we got dead animals, suggests hunting, and this was the animal that was being hunted. And then we got water, so people sitting around a water hole, waiting for animals to come to drink, and then killing them, eating them, leaving them behind.

 

It’s an important find, a Stone Age tool shows people lived on the shore of this ancient lake, and 90,000 years ago was a turning point, not just in the story of the Sahara, but in the history of humanity itself. We are all descended from one group of people in East Africa, the birthplace of human kind, sometime between 80,000 and 120,000 years ago, modern human started the long journey out of Africa. No one knows for certain what route they took. The prevailing view is that that Sahara was impassable, so humans left East Africa and traveled to the coast, then cross a land-bridge into the Arabian Peninsula. But Drake suspects that if the mega-lakes were fed by a river system, it would have created a green corridor across the burning sands.

 

-So our ancestors could have followed this river systems, gone around the lakes, followed the next river system, around the next lake, and the next river system and the last lake. And then they’ll be in North Africa. And it’ll be simple for them to just move out. A lake is a good story, the rivers plus the lake is a very concrete story.

 

To find proof of his theory, Drake heads to one of the few areas in the desert where water still flows – an oasis.

 


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Nick Drake gets word that in 2009, archaeologists have made an important discovery that supports the river theory. Stone tools are found not far from the site of the mega lake in Tunisia.

The first step is to identify the shoreline of the ancient lake.

“ah, now, this, this looks good. So, we got some freshwater mollusks.”

These tiny shells are good signs of the lake. Now, he searches for what may have been drinking the water when the mega lake existed.

“we have what looks like part of a jawbone of a small herbivore. You can see three teeth running along here, some sort of gazelle.”


So, animals must have been existed here in the desert when it was green.

“I guess, we got a stone tool here. It has become blunted, and they’re retouched with a lot of very fine flakes off edge. The fact we got stone tools and we’ve got dead animals suggest hunting. And this was the animals that was being hunted. And then we have water, so people sitting around a water hole, waiting for animals to come to drink and then killing them, eating them behind.”

It’s an important find. A stone age tool shows people lived on the shore of this ancient lake, and 90,000 years ago was a turning point, not just in the story of the Sahara, but in the history of humanity itself.
We are all descended from one group of people in east Africa, the birthplace of humankind. Sometime between 80,000 and 120,000 years ago, modern humans started the long journey out of Africa. No one knows, for certain, what route they took.

The prevailing view is that the Sahara was impassible, so human left east Africa and traveled to the coast, then crossed a land bridge into the Arabian Peninsula.
But Drake suspects that if the mega lakes were fed up by a river system it would have created a green corridor across the burning sands.

So, our ancestors could have follow this river system, gone round the lakes, followed the next river system around the next lake and the next river system on the last lake, and then they'd be in north Africa, and it would be simple for them to just move out. The lake is a good story. The rivers plus the lake is a very concrete story.

To find proof of his theory, Drake heads to one of the few areas in the desert where water still flows--an oasis.
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…gets word that in 2009, archeologists have made an important discovery that supports the river theory. Stone tools found not far from the side of the mega-lake in Tunisia, the first step is to identify the shoreline of the ancient lake.

-Uh, now, this is, looks good. So, you got some freshwater m*.

These tiny shells are a good sign of the lake, now he searches for what may have been drinking the water when the mega-lake existed.

-We have a, lot sort of a, part of a jawbone, of a small herbivore, you see, three teeth running along there, looks something of a gazelle.

So animals must have existed here in the desert when it was green.

-Ok, so we got a, a stone tool here, it’s become blunted and they retouched it with a lot of very fine flakes of each. A fact that we got stone tools and we got dead animals, suggests hunting, and this was the animal that was being hunted. And we got water, so people sitting around a water hole, waiting for animals come to drink, and then killing them, eating them, leaving them behind.

It’s an important find, a Stone Age tool shows people lived on the shore of this ancient lake, and 90,000 years ago was a turning point, not just in the story of the Sahara, but in the history of humanity itself. We are all descended from one group of people in East Africa, the birth place of human kind, sometime between 80,000 and 120,000 years ago, modern human started the long journey out of Africa. No one knows for certain what route they took. The prevailing view is that that Sahara was impassable, so humans left east Africa and traveled to the coast, then cross a land-bridge into the Arabian Peninsula. But Drake suspects that if the mega-lakes were fed by a river system, it would have created a green corridor across the burning sands.

-So our ancestors could have followed this river systems, gone around the lakes, followed the next river system, around the next lake, and the next river system and the last lake. And then they’ll be in North Africa. And it’ll be simple for them to just move out. A lake is a good story, the rivers plus the lake is a very concrete story.

To find proof of his theory, Drake heads to one of the few areas in the desert where water still flows – an oasis.
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Gets word that in 2009, archeologists made important discovery that supports the river theory—stone tools found not far from the site of the Meg Lake in Tunisia, the first step is ** identified the shore-line of the ancient lake.

-This is, it’s good. So we got some fresh water m**. These tiny shells are a good sign of the lake. Now he searches for what may of being drinking the water when the Meg Lake existed.

-They have, what a sort of, part of jaw bone, the small herbal ** and you see three teeth on the little //, something exile.

So animals must’ve existed here in the desert when it was green.

-Ok, so we gonna, a stone toward here. It’s comblunted?? and retouch with a lot of free fine flex of the edge. In fact, we got stone tools, and we got dead animals. It’s just hunting, and this was the animal, of being hunting. And then we got water, so people sitting around the water hole, waiting for animals coming to drink and then killing them, eating them, leaving them behind.

It’s an important finding. A Stone Age tool shows people lived on the shore of this ancient lake. And 90,000 years ago was a turning point, not just in the history of Sahara, but in the history of humanity itself—we’re all descended from one group of people in East Africa, the birth place of human kind. Some time between eighty and a hundred twenty thousand years ago, modern human started the journey out of Africa. No one knows for certain what rope they took.

The prevailing view is that the Sahara was in passable, so humans left East Africa and traveled to the coast, then crossed a language into the Arabian Peninsula. But Drake suspects that if the Meg Lakes were fed by a river system, it would’ve created a green cory door across the burning sands.

-So our ancestors could follow these river systems, go around the lakes, follow the next river system round the next lake, and then the next river system to the last lake, then // North Africa, and we simply then to just, move that.

-A lake is a good story, the rivers plus the lake, is a very concrete story.

To find proof of his theory, Drake heads to one of the few areas in the desert where water still flows and always???.
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In 2009 archaeologists made an important discovery that supports the river theory.Stone tools found not far from the site of the megalake in Tunisia. The first step is to identify the shoreline of the ancient lake.
this is good. so we've got some fresh water marks.
These tiny shells are agood sign of the lake. Now he searches for what may have been drinking the water when the lake existed.
here what we saw is part of a jaw bone,a small herd ball. three teeth,substance for gazel
So animals must have existed here in the desert when it was green.
  It's an important find, a stone age tool shows  people lived on the shore of this ancient lake. and 90,000 years ago was a turning point not just in the story of the Sahara but in the history of humanity itself. We are all the descendants of one group of people in easten Africa, the birthplace of human kind. Sometime between 80 and 120 thousand years ago,modern human started the long journey out of Africa. No one knows for certain what route they took.
The prevailing is that the Sahara was impassable,so humans left east of Africa and travelled to the coast, then crossed a land bridge into the Arabia penninsula. But draks expects that if the megalake was fed by a river system, it would have created a green corridor across the burning sands.
   So our ancestors could have followed these river systems, gone around the lakes, followed the next river system, around the next lake and the next system and the last lake and they  had been in North Africa. And we  them to move that.
To find proof of his theory, drake heads for the few areas of the desert where water still folws, an oasis.
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Nick Drake gets word that in 2009, archaeologists have made an important discovery that supports the river theory. Stone tools are found not far from the site of the mega lake in Tunisia.

The first step is to identify the shoreline of the ancient lake.

“ah, now, this, this looks good. So, we got some freshwater mollusks.”

These tiny shells are good signs of the lake. Now, he searches for what may have been drinking the water when the mega lake existed.

“we have what looks like a part of a jawbone of a small herbivore. You can see three teeth running along here, some sort of gazelle.”


So, animals must have been existed here in the desert when it was green.

“I guess, we got a stone tool here. It has become blunted, and they’re retouched with a lot of very fine flakes off edge. The fact we got stone tools and we’ve got dead animals suggest hunting. And this was the animal that was being hunted. And then we've got water, so people sitting around a water hole, waiting for animals to come to drink and then killing them, eating them, leaving them behind.”

It’s an important find. A Stone Age tool shows people lived on the shore of this ancient lake, and 90,000 years ago was a turning point, not just in the story of the Sahara, but in the history of humanity itself.
We are all descended from one group of people in east Africa, the birthplace of humankind. Sometime between 80,000 and 120,000 years ago, modern humans started the long journey out of Africa. No one knows, for certain, what route they took.

The prevailing view is that the Sahara was impassible, so humans left east Africa and traveled to the coast, then crossed a land bridge into the Arabian Peninsula.
But Drake suspects that if the mega lakes were fed up by a river system it would have created a green corridor across the burning sands.

So, our ancestors could have follow these river systems, gone around the lakes, followed the next river system around the next lake and the next river system on the last lake, and then they'd be in north Africa, and it would be simple for them to just move out. The lake is a good story. The rivers plus the lake is a very concrete story.

To find proof of his theory, Drake heads to one of the few areas in the desert where water still flows--an oasis.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-02-19 地球的起源 EarthMade—9

On referenceNick Drake gets word that in 2009, archeologists have made an important discovery that supports the river theory. Stone tools found not far from the side of the mega-lake in Tunisia, the first step is to identify the shoreline of the ancient lake.

-Uh, now, this is, looks good. So, you got some freshwater mollusks.

These tiny shells are a good sign of the lake, now he searches for what may have been drinking the water when the mega-lake existed.

-We have a, what looks like a, part of a jawbone, of a small herbivore, you see, three teeth running along there, looks something of a gazelle.

So animals must have existed here in the desert when it was green.

-Ok, so we got a, a stone tool here, it’s become blunted and they retouched it with a lot of very fine flakes of the edge. A fact that we got stone tools and we got dead animals, suggests hunting, and this was the animal /(that was) being hunted. And then we got water, so people sitting around a water hole, waiting for animals to come to drink, and then killing them, eating them, leaving them behind.

It’s an important find, a Stone Age tool shows people lived on the shore of this ancient lake, and 90,000 years ago was a turning point, not just in the story of the Sahara, but in the history of humanity itself. We are all descended from one group of people in East Africa, the birthplace of human kind, sometime between 80,000 and 120,000 years ago, modern human started the long journey out of Africa. No one knows for certain what route they took. The prevailing view is that that Sahara was impassable, so humans left East Africa and traveled to the coast, then cross a land-bridge into the Arabian Peninsula. But Drake suspects that if the mega-lakes were fed by a river system, it would have created a green corridor across the burning sands.

-So our ancestors could have followed this river systems, gone around the lakes, followed the next river system, around the next lake, and the next river system and the last lake. And then they’ll be in North Africa. And it’ll be simple for them to just move out. A lake is a good story, the rivers plus the lake is a very concrete story.

To find proof of his theory, Drake heads to one of the few areas in the desert where water still flows – an oasis.


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……Nick ~gets worry that in 2009, arki-geologist has made an important discovery that support the reviewer theory. Stone, too, found not far from the mega-lake Interniral. The fists step is to identify the shore line of the ancient lake.
“Now this is good. So I’ve got some fresh water monosis.” These tiny shells are a good sign of the lake. Now he searches for what may have been drinking the water when the mega-lake existed.
It looks like a part of drubber, at this small hole below. You see, three teeth on the other, it’s like a gazelle.
So animals must been existed here in the desert when it was green.

“Ok, it’s a stone taller here. It’s co-blanked and retouched with a lot of three fine flex of each. Aside we’ve got stone taller, and we’ve got dead animals. So just hunting, and this the animal, been hunted. And we’ve got water, so people sitting around the water hole, waiting for animals come to drink, and then killing them, eating them, leaving them behind.

It’s an important find. A Stone Age ii shows people live on the shore of this ancient lake. And 19,000 years ago was a turning point, not just in a story of Sahara, but in the history of humanity itself.


We’re all descended from one group of people in east Africa, the birth place of humankind. Sometime between 80 and 120 thousand years ago, modern people started the long journey out of Africa. No one knows for certain what root they took.  

The prevailing view is that the Sahara was impassible, so humans leaf east Africa, and travelled to the coast, then a land bridge into the Erabian Perninsuler.

But Jack suspected that if the mega-lake were affected by river system, it would have created a green corridor, across the burning sands.

So answer as this, could they followed the river systems, going around the lakes, followed the next river system, round the next lake, and the next river system and the last lake, and they would be in north of Africa, and then they would just simply moved at. It’s like a good story, the river plus the lake is a very conquered story.

To find proves of the theory, jack heads to one of the few areas in the desert where water still flows, Anowaysis.
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...get words that in 2009 archaeologists have made an important discovery that supports the river theory. Stone tools found not far from the side of the mega lake in Tunisia. The first step is to identify the shoreline of the ancient lake.

“Uh, now, this is, looks good. So, you got some freshwater mollusks.”

These tiny shells are a good sign of the lake. Now he searches for what may have been drinking the water when the mega lake existed.

“We have a...what looks like part of a jawbone, of a small herbivore, you see, three teeth running along there, looks something of a gazelle.”

So animals must have existed here in the desert when it was green.

“Okay, so we got a stone tool here. It’s become blunted and they retouched it with a lot of very fine flakes of the edge. A fact that we got stone tools and we got dead animals, suggests hunting, and this was the animal that was being hunted. And then we got water, so people sitting around a water hole, waiting for animals to come to drink, and then killing them, eating them, leaving them behind.”

It’s an important find. A stone-age tool shows people lived on the shore of this ancient lake, and 90,000 years ago was a turning point, not just in the story of the Sahara, but in the history of humanity itself. We are all descended from one group of people in East Africa, the birth place of human kind. Some time between 80 and 120 thousand years ago, modern human started the long journey out of Africa. No one knows for certain what route they took. The prevailing view is that the Sahara was impassible, so humans left East Africa and traveled to the coast, then cross a land-bridge into the Arabian Peninsula. But Drakes suspects that if the mega lakes were fed by a river system, it would have created a green corridor across the burning sands.

“So our ancestors could have followed these rivers systems, gone around the lakes, followed the next river system, around the next lake, and the next river system and the last lake. And then they’ll be in North Africa. And it’ll be simple for them to just move out. A lake is a good story, the rivers plus the lake is a very concrete story.”

To find proof of his story, Drakes heads to one of the few areas in the desert where water still flows -- an oasis.
Nick D gets word that in 2009, archeologists have just made an important discovery that supports the river theory, stone tools found not far from the side of the mega lake in Tunisia, the first step is to identify the shoreline of the ancient lake.
Oh, this is, looks good, so you’ve got some fresh water mollusks.
These tiny shells are good sign of the lake, now he searches for what may have been drinking the water when the mage lake existed.
Ever, what looks like a, part of jawbone, of a small herbivore, you see three teeth running along there, something of a gazelle.
So animals must have existed here in the desert when it was green
Ok, we got a stone tool here, it’s becoming blunt and retouched with a lot of free fine flakes of the edge. A fact we got stone tool and we got dead animal, suggest hunting, and this was animal that had been hunted, and then we got water so people sitting around a water hole, waiting for animal comes to drink, and then killing them eating them leaving them behind.
It is an important find, a Stone Age tool shows people lived on the shore of this ancient lake, and 90,000 years ago was a turning point not just in the story of the Sahara but the history of humanity itself, we are all descended from one group of people in east Africa, the birth place of humankind. Sometime between 80,000 and 120000 years ago, modern humans started the long journey out of Africa, no one knows for certain what route they took. The prevailing view is that the Sahara was impassable, so humans left the east Africa and traveled to the coast, then across the a land bridge into the Arabian Peninsula. But D suspects that if the mega lakes were fed by a river system, it would have created a green corridor across the burning sands.
So, our ancestors could follow this river system, gone around the lakes, follow the next the river system, around the next river system, and next river system and the last lake and then they’ll in north Africa, and we simple for them to just move out, a lake is a good story, the rivers plus the lake is a very concrete story.
Define proof of this theory, D heads to the one of few areas in the desert where water still flows, an oasis.
Nick Drake gets words in 2009, archeologists made an important discovery
that supports the river theory, stone tools found not far from the site of mega
lake in Tunisia, the first step is to identify the shoreline of the ancient lake

"aah, and this, this is good, so we get some fresh water mollusks."

these tiny shells are good signs of the lake, now he searchs for what may
have been drinking the water when the mega lake existed

"we have a, what looks like a, part of a jawbone, of a small herbivore, you
see three teeth running along there, something of egzille"

so animal must have existed here in the desert when it was green,

"ok, so we've got a, a stone tool here"

"it's become blunted and re-touched with a lot of free fine flakes of edge,
a fact that we got stone tools and we got dead animals, suggest hunting,
and this was animal being hunted, and then we got water, so people sitting
around the hole, when the animal come to drink, and then killing them, eating
them, leaving them behind"

it's important find, a stone age tool shows people lived on the shore of this
ancient lake, and 90 thousands years ago was a turning point, not just the
story of sahara, but in the history of humanity itself.

we are all descended from one group of people in eastern africa, the birth
place of human kind, some time between 80 and 120 thousand years ago, modern
people started the long journey out of africa, no one knows for certain
what route they took, the prevailing view is the sahara was impossible so
humans left east africa and traveled to the coast, then across a land-bridge
into arabian Peninsula, but Srake suspected if the mega lake was fed by a
river system, it would have created a green corridor across the burning sand,

so our ancestors could follow this river systems, gone around the lakes, follow
the next river systems, around the next lake, and the next river system,
around the last lake, then they'll be in north africa, and it'll be simple
for them just to move out,

a lake is a good story, and the river pluse the lake is a very concrete story.

to find the proof of his theory, Drake headed to one of few areas in the desert,
where water still flows-anowasis.
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