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Cave Shows Humans Reached the Americas 15,000 Years Earlier Than Previously Thought

News   Jul 23, 2020 | Original story from St John’s College, University of Cambridge

 
Cave Shows Humans Reached the Americas 15,000 Years Earlier Than Previously Thought

Team members entering the Chiquihuite cave. Credit: Devlin A. Gandy

 
 
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