Scientific evidence confirms Australian Aboriginals’ oral history myths from nearly 10,000 years ago!
With modern technology, we don't put a lot of stock in ancient myths or the musings of aboriginals. However, in the case of certain Australian Aboriginals, their myths turned out to be surprisingly accurate.
Australian linguist R. M. W. Dixon was recording aboriginal myths in their native language when he started noticing something. There were similarities between the landscape details in the myths and scientific discoveries being made about the landscape today.
For example, the myths tell of the formation of three lakes in the area. Research dated the formation of these lakes to 10,000 years ago.
Dixon went on to record many other instances of aboriginal myths accurately describing ancient landscapes that date back to the Pleistocene era.