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Have you ever wondered about the submerged landscapes and artifacts hidden beneath the waves around Australia? Dive into our latest video featuring Patrick Morrison, a renowned expert in underwater archaeology, as he reveals the mysteries of Australia’s underwater heritage.

In this captivating episode, Patrick shares his insights on the significance of ancient rock art and how it helps us understand past cultures’ responses to climate and sea level changes. He also discusses his experiences diving and swimming in the beautiful waters of Perth, Australia.

We explore the revolutionary role of technology, such as drones, photogrammetry, and AI algorithms, in uncovering Australia’s underwater archaeological wonders. But Patrick also emphasizes the importance of human expertise and data collection to ensure accuracy.

The video highlights the significance of respecting and preserving cultural knowledge, such as the stories passed down by Aboriginal elders. Join us on this thrilling journey into Australia’s maritime history and learn valuable lessons from the past to adapt to our changing climate.



Don’t miss out on this exciting exploration of underwater archaeology in Australia. Watch our video now and share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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