Beringia was not a Bridge

Beringia was not a Bridge
Beringia was not a Bridge
Beringia was not a Bridge
Beringia was not a Bridge
Beringia was not a Bridge
Beringia was not a Bridge
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The ancient landmass called Beringia is often described as a "land bridge" that allowed the ancestors of the Indians to migrate to the Americas. This description is inaccurate and misleading: Beringia was not a narrow or temporary "bridge" and the people were not migrating. Beringia was a place where people lived for thousands of years before climate change opened a route into the Americas.
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