John Hoffecker

Feb. 28, 2014

A 10,000-Year Stopover En Route to the New World

The ancestors of Native Americans may have lived for millennia on the Bering land bridge before fanning out across the Americas.

bering land bridge, asia, north america, science, john hoffecker

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