Archaeologists Found Stone Tools Dating Back To Middle Stone Age In North Mumbai

MUMBAI, INDIA - DECEMBER 29: Archaeologists have found stone tools dating back to the Middle Stone Age in north Mumbai, indicating human habitation in the area 10,000 to 15,000 years ago, at Manori Island, on December 29 2017 in Mumbai, India. The microliths, or minute flint stone tools, were found on a hill next to Manori beach, which experts believe could have been a possible factory site for such implements. Researchers said the findings were important in tracing Mumbai's early days and the kind of habitation the islands had in the Mesolithic era. (Photo by Aalok Soni/Hindustan Times )

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