Friday, August 19, 2016
PaleoAmericans lived first at the Serra da Capivara National Park
Dr. Guidon says the first PaleoAmericans lived at Pedra Furada in Brazil.
The first Americans lived in the Serra da Capivara National Park. Dr. Guidon claims that people from Africa had established settlements at this site 100kya.
The Cerra de Capivarains probably landed on the Coast of Brazil and made their way to Serra da Capivara National Park. Sailing down the South American rivers or overland the Cerra de Capivarains made their way to Monte Verde in Chile 33kya.
PaleoAmericans were at Arroyo del Vizcaino by 30kya.
Posted by Dr. Clyde Winters at 7:57 AM
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