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Skeleton of 12,000-year-old girl could show where first Americans came from

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2014

Those researchers have been studying her remains in the years since, and now her skeleton is helping to settle a big debate: the question of where the earliest Americans actually came from. \This is one step toward resolving that question.\The going theory is that the first Americans, known as Paleoamericans, came from Beringia — a northern area that includes the land bridge once connecting Russia and Alaska. But skeletons found throughout the Americas have posed a problem: these early Americans dont resemble modern Native Americans, nor the Siberians from which theyre believed to have descended. \Were they separate immigrations,\ asks research leader James Chatters, \or was evolution the issue?\

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