Researchers unearth 17,000-year-old artifacts in Gunung Pulai, Baling

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 21 Jan 2020

Some of the artifacts discovered in the caves on Gunung Pulai in Baling.

BALING (Bernama): The National Heritage Department has found more than 100 prehistoric Paleolithic artifacts estimated to be 17,000 years old in several caves in Gunung Pulai here.

Artifacts in the form of stone tools, fragments of pottery and river snails were found at new excavation sites including Gua Kelambu, Gua Tembus and Gua Akar in the mountain.

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