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Flaked stone points raise questions about Brazilian prehistory

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The consensus view of the history of the settlement of the Americas is that the first people who entered and subsequently inhabited the region, called Paleoindians or Paleoamericans, crossed the Bering Strait from Eurasia during the final glacial episodes of the Late Pleistocene period, more than 13,000 years ago. In the ensuing millennia, the Paleoindian tribes spread out across North America and then migrated into South America. The...

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