But more recent -- and some contested -- discoveries have suggested humans might have been in North America earlier. Now, researchers studying fossilized human footprints in New Mexico say they ...
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The finding shows humans occupied North America thousands of years earlier than we thought. And they thrived on the continent during the last ice age, according to the research. A new discovery ...
Because glaciers would have rendered North America inaccessible at the time, the researchers suggest humans may have arrived here much earlier. Share Human migration: North America settled as ...
Evidence published this week not only changes the timing of human existence in southwestern North America but suggests ... they end up that far south that early? [This was] much further than ...
Newly discovered fossil human footprints embedded in an ancient lakebed show that humans inhabited North America during the ...
Fossilized footprints found in New Mexico’ White Sands National Park have revealed evidence of human occupation there beginning 23,000 years ago, thousands of years earlier than previously thought. ...
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Now, the booming esports industry is bringing gaming arenas to Minnesota. Wisdom Gaming plans to open an 18,000-square-foot ...
No matter whom you talk with these days — tire and automotive service dealers, tire manufacturing executives, aftermarket ...