This Borneo archaeological dig cave could shed light on the Mt Toba super-volcano eruption and humans’ arrival in the region
via ABC, 27 October 2018: A beautiful multimedia essay about recent excavations in the Niah Caves complex.
The caves are also one of the most important fossil sites in the region.
Over the past 60 years, archaeologists have uncovered the remains of hundreds of skeletons in a Neolithic cemetery up to 4,000 years old, and an Iron Age cemetery up to 2,000 years old.
It is also where an iconic fossil known as Deep Skull was unearthed in 1958 by British palaeontologists Tom and Barbara Harrisson.