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Ancient hooks reveal more insights

Tuesday 19 December 2017 | Published in Local

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Ancient hooks reveal more insights
Dr Teina Rongo with National Museum officer Susan Love de Miguel and some of the ancient fish hooks on display at the museum. 17121804

Renowned Cook Islands marine ecologist Dr Teina Rongo has expressed a new opinion on the genesis of 800-year-old pearl-shell fish hooks unearthed by archaeologists at Moturakau, Aitutaki.

Renowned Cook Islands marine ecologist Dr Teina Rongo has expressed a new opinion on the genesis of 800-year-old pearl-shell fish hooks unearthed by archaeologists at Moturakau, Aitutaki.


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