Europe and Asia

Who were the earliest explorers from Asia

Many scientists believe that around 14000 B.C.E. small groups of peoples, originating from what is now Siberia in Russia, crossed a land bridge to what is now Alaska. From there, they moved as far south as South America. Considerable genetic evidence, archaeological finds, and skeletal remains support this theory.


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