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|On the left: Dr. Shubin and one of the crew members work to connect the two ends of the fire hose – one from shore and one from the ship – so that fresh water can be loaded into the ship’s holding tanks.
On the right: Bre MacInnes works on flint knapping a junk piece of rock using a hammer stone to knock off flakes that could then be further shaped if necessary into usable tools. We really began to admire the craftsmanship that ancient peoples must have had to create such a wealth of lithic tools. It’s not as easy as it looks!
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