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In the Wollemi National Park, home of the Wollemi Pine,
4000 year old rock paintings have just been uncovered marking the most significant find of Aboriginal art in the state of New South Wales in half a century.
Hidden for generations by the Park's rugged and inhospitable terrain,
the drawings and stencils are thought to have been placed on the walls of the remote cave at a time when Stonehenge was being built.
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