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Did Native Americans Migrate From Eurasia?

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February 13, 2014
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DNA sequencing of the 12,600-year-old remains of an infant reveal Native Americans might have migrated from Asia, not Europe as previously theorized. Video provided by Newsy


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Newsy (Feb. 28, 2014) — A new article suggests ancestors of Native Americans spent 10,000 years on the Bering Strait land bridge before arriving in the Americas. Video provided by Newsy
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13,000-Year-Old Skeleton A Clue To Native American Origins

13,000-Year-Old Skeleton A Clue To Native American Origins

Newsy (May 15, 2014) — The earliest complete skeleton found in the Americas could help answer the question, "Why do Native Americans look different from their ancestors?" Video provided by Newsy
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'Parrot Dinosaur' Learned to Walk on Two Legs Like Humans

'Parrot Dinosaur' Learned to Walk on Two Legs Like Humans

Newsy (June 30, 2013) — The Psittacosaurus was one of the few dinosaurs to walk on two legs - but only did so as an adult.
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Bone Tools Suggest Neanderthals Taught Skills to Modern Humans

Bone Tools Suggest Neanderthals Taught Skills to Modern Humans

Buzz60 (Aug. 14, 2013) — New research suggests Neanderthals were more advanced than previously thought. It's possible they had bone tools for thousands of years before modern humans did, and they may have shown humans how to make and use them.
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