WASHINGTON (Reuters) -- Settlers who came to Australia 50,000 years ago and set fires that burned off natural flora and fauna may have triggered a
cataclysmic weather change that turned the country's interior into the dry desert it is today, U.S. and Australian researchers said on
Thursday, January 27, 2005 Posted: 1:49 PM EST (1849 GMT)
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