Sri Lanka’s first underwater museum opens

Sri Lanka’s first underwater museum was opened by Navy Commander Vice Admiral Piyal De Silva off the shores of Galle on April 5.This underwater museum was built off the Galle shores under the close supervision of the Navy Commander, upon a proposal by Prime MinisterMahinda Rajapaksa. The initial plan was to utilise unusable train compartmentsRead More Sri Lanka’s first underwater museum opens

Bows and arrows and complex symbolic displays 48,000 years ago in the South Asian tropics

Michelle C.Langley1*,Noel Amano2, Oshan Wedage2,3, Siran Deraniyagala4,M.M Pathmalal5,Nimal Perera4, Nicole Boivin2,6,7,8, Michael D. Petraglia2,6,8, Patrick Roberts2,6Archaeologists contend that it was our aptitude for symbolic, technological, and social behaviors that was central to Homo sapiens rapidly expanding across the majority of Earth’s continents during the Late Pleistocene. This expansion included movement into extreme environments and appearsRead More Bows and arrows and complex symbolic displays 48,000 years ago in the South Asian tropics