Stone Age people in South Africa able to thrive after supervolcano eruption

World News 13-3-2018 CBC World 20

A supervolcano eruption about 74,000 years ago on Indonesia's island of Sumatra caused a large-scale environmental calamity that may have decimated Stone Age human populations in parts of the world. But some populations, it seems, endured it unscathed.

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