Ice age bison fossils shed light on early human migrations in North America

Posted by on June 6, 2016 7:48 pm
Categories: Science

Scientists using evidence from bison fossils have determined when an ice-free corridor opened up along the Rocky Mountains during the late Pleistocene. The corridor has been considered a potential route for human and animal migrations between the far north (Alaska and Yukon) and the rest of North America, but when and how it was used has long been uncertain.

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