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    • Then at a 1975 conference and consequent publication, the name Sahul was extended from its previous use for just the Sahul Shelf to cover the continent.Australia (continent)-Wikipedia
    • The archaeological history of the Northern Territory may have begun over 60,000 years ago when humans first settled this region of the Sahul Continent.Northern Territory-Wikipedia
    • When world sea levels were low, the two shared shorelines (which now lie 100 to 140 metres below sea level), and combined with lands now inundated into the tectonic continent of Sahul, also known as Greater Australia.New Guinea-Wikipedia
    • The name "Sahul" takes its name from the Sahul Shelf, which is part of the continental shelf of the Australian continent.Australia (continent)-Wikipedia
    • Geologically, the island of New Guinea and its surrounding islands are considered as parts of the Australian continent, connected via the Sahul Shelf.Southeast Asia-Wikipedia
    • The name "Sahul" takes its name from the Sahul Shelf, which is part of the continental shelf of the Australian continent.Australia (continent)-Wikipedia

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