This is because about 19-24 thousand years ago, during the Ice Age, the island was isolated from the mainland due to rising water levels after the melting of the glaciers, and a kind of “time capsule” was formed on it, allowing to study changes in the lives of ancient people. Finding a shelter with traces of human life, and in the "Bodi" cave located inside a rock, scientists were also able to determine how the diet of the people living on the island changed over time due to rising sea levels, as they began to eat more oysters, crabs, and turtles. And fish. In addition, the indigenous people began to use tools made of mollusc shells and limestone more often. According to archaeologists, it is likely that stone equipment was preserved and used for grinding seeds, working with wood, and processing leather and plant fibers, according to reports Conversation magazine.