Major Paleo-American Discovery in Yucatan
The Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH) in Mexico continues to be on the cutting edge of Paleo-American research. Most recently they have discovered the most complete Paleo-Indian skeleton. It belonged to a teenage girl, who feel down a hole about 13,000 years ago in the Yucatan Peninsula. Like all the other Paleo skeletons being found in Mexico, her genetic profile matches that of Southeast Asians and Proto-Polynesians from that era . . . not Siberians.
This particular version of the article includes some fascinating photography. I think that you will enjoy it.
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