The Clovis might not have been the first to North America after all.
The ancient stories held some truth after all.
A new study seems to suggest that an old but controversial hypothesis may be true. Humans might have first arrived in North America 24,000 years ago.
This was actually very challenging to pinpoint.
The genome sequence of the Ice Age skeletal remains of a 1-year-old boy gave scientists tantalizing proof that the first settlers in North American originated in Asia, and not from Europe as some theories might suggest. The boy belong to a group of people known as the Clovis, the direct ancestors of modern day North American natives. The remains of