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Paleoamerican remains found in the Yucatan - The Washington Post
Ancient Bones Reveal Girl's Tough Life in Early Americas
Paleoamerican skull from Burial 1, Lapa do Santo site, Brazil. Credit: Mauricio de Paiva ...
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AP Photo/Roberto Chavez Arce via Science Divers use lights to illuminate Hoyo Negro, an underwater cave in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula where the remains of “ ...
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The Peopling of the Americas Pre-Paleoindians/Paleoamericans around 30,000 to 12,000 years ago
Main: A cenote in Tulum, Mexico. Inset: Ancient skull found in Tulum
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The Peopling of the Americas Pre-Paleoindians/Paleoamericans around 30,000 to 12,000 years ago
The Peopling of the Americas Pre-Paleoindians/Paleoamericans around 30,000 to 12,000 years ago
The Peopling of the Americas Pre-Paleoindians/Paleoamericans around 30,000 to 12,000 years ago
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Geographical location of other early human skeletal remains in the Americas showing Paleoamerican morphology and their respective chronological range.
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Naia the nymph.
Bones of a Teenage Mother Who Died 12,000 Years Ago Tell Researchers a Dark Story of Carnivores and Malnutrition | Ancient Origins
The Peopling of the Americas Pre-Paleoindians/Paleoamericans around 30,000 to 12,000 years ago
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Radiocarbon and U-Th dates from HN compared to relative sea level (RSL)
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The Sac Actun cave system on Mexico's Eastern Yucatán Peninsula.
Girl's 12,000-year-old skeleton found in cave may solve mystery of Native American origins
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Kennewick Man's bones are arranged in anatomical position by NMNH's Kari Bruwelheide. This was shot during one of the rare scientific study sessions allowed ...
Alberto Nava at 145-ft depth in Hoyo Negro, inspecting a forelimb of an
A cenote in Quintana Roo, Tulum, Mexico.
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The Peopling of the Americas Pre-Paleoindians/Paleoamericans around 30,000 to 12,000 years ago
Naia's cranium
Underwater discovery in submerged Mexican cave provides glimpse of First Americans | Ancient Origins
The Skull of Chimalhuacán Man, in the eastern part of Mexico State, Mexico.
Kennewick Man - Paleoamerican man found on a bank of the Columbia River, in Kennewick, Washington, United States. Dates to around 9,000 years old.
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A. Terrazas's scientific contributions
9,000-year-old remains of a man in a Tulum cenote. (Credit
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The projecting face and nasal architecture (skull cast) are seen among Polynesians. (Grant Delin)
10,000-year-old human remains found in underwater cave in Mexico shed light on ancient migrations | Ancient Origins
Until recently, dromaeosaurs had been found only in Asia and North America and only in the Cretaceous period, which ran from 145 million to 65 million years ...
Copies of the skulls of Naia, left, and Kennewick Man.
Tracks of recent hurricanes and tropical storms across the Yucatan Peninsula (from the National Atmospheric
Paleoamerican Odyssey Posters | Center for the Study of the First Americans
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10,000-year-old human remains found in underwater cave in Mexico shed light on ancient migrations | Ancient Origins
In 1936-37, the discoveries in Fell's Cave represented the first evidence of early humans in South America. Since then, older sites such as Monte Verde have ...
A diver in a Yucatan cenote.
Paleoamericans, like the Anzick child carried haplogroup D, which is the same as African M1, and R-M173. Both of these haplogroups are carried by West ...
Bones of a Teenage Mother Who Died 12,000 Years Ago Tell Researchers a Dark Story of Carnivores and Malnutrition | Ancient Origins
Dr. Silvia Gonzales, based in Biological and Earth Sciences, analysed skeletons from the Baja California Peninsula, Mexico. She found that they had long and ...
Map of Haplogroup D1 Frequencies
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A. Terrazas's scientific contributions
The simplified general chronological model of the North American prehistory, as commonly employed mostly in
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10,000-year-old human remains found in underwater cave in Mexico shed light on ancient migrations | Ancient Origins
Underwater discovery in submerged Mexican cave provides glimpse of First Americans | Ancient Origins
Burial 34 from Lapa do Santo site, Brazil. Credit: Andre Strauss
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Ancient Girl Shares Genetic Lineage of Modern Native Americans
Typical underwater cave landscape, with abundant speleothem decoration. These could only be formed when
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Some 20 years before his death, Kennewick Man took a spearpoint to the hip that remains lodged in his bone. (Chip Clark / NMNH, SI)
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... trekked across the Bering land bridge to populate what would become present day America. Morphometric analyses of the oldest Paleoamerican remains like ...
... description appears to match the Ross Ice Shelf or possibly the Antarctic mainland, but may just be a description of icebergs and Pack Ice found in the ...
On shallow platform slopes, such as on the north coast of the Yucatan Peninsula
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Facial (hypothetical) reconstruction Naia (woman) - remains (complete skeleton) found off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. Believed to be a ...