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Discussion in 'Chattery Teeth (Other)' started by Haunted, May 16, 2014.
North America's Oldest Skeleton Discovery: 13,000-Year-Old Body of 'Naia' Discovered in Mexico
Goes well with the age when they think People wandered in to the Americas over the landbridge at Bering strait. They have only found tools before i believe. Hope the DNA-analysis will say something. But what natives are they comparing it with?
...that would be a somewhat creepy yet exhilarating discovery......
She lived when saber-toothed tigers, camels, horses, giant sloths, and mastodons lived in North America. (Yes, I know, we have horses, but they were reintroduced later by Europeans.) So very cool to think about.
'World's biggest dinosaur' unearthed in Argentina desert - Science - News - The Independent