An Ancient Dog Bone Could Be Evidence of the Route Humans Took to North America

A fragment of 10,000-year-old dog bone found along the Alaskan coast could be the oldest evidence of domesticated dogs in North America, and potential evidence of a coastal route taken by the first people to cross into North America from Eurasia.Read more...

An Ancient Dog Bone Could Be Evidence of the Route Humans Took to North America

A fragment of 10,000-year-old dog bone found along the Alaskan coast could be the oldest evidence of domesticated dogs in North America, and potential evidence of a coastal route taken by the first people to cross into North America from Eurasia.

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