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An Ancient Dog Fossil Helps Trace Humans’ Path Into The Americas by Anushree Dave

An Ancient Dog Fossil Helps Trace Humans’ Path Into The Americas A roughly 10,000-year-old bone found in southern Alaska is among the Americas’ oldest dog fossils. The new finding also adds to an ongoing debate about what route humans took after arriving in North America via a land bridge in Alaska. One long-held idea is […]

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Stone Artifacts Hint That Humans Reached The Americas Surprisingly Early by Maria Temming

Archaeologists date their finds in Mexico to as early as about 33,000 years ago Humans may have arrived in North America way earlier than archaeologists thought. Stone tools unearthed in a cave in Mexico indicate that humans could have lived in the area as early as about 33,000 years ago, researchers report online July 22 […]