Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 14th, 2012
There has been a new discovery from the DNA analysis of the prehistoric fecal material of humans who were here earlier than the “Clovis people.” The finding calls into question the whole notion of who was in Oregon (North America) first. The Clovis people were “not alone.”
Besides the fecal material, non-Clovis artifacts have been found earlier than Clovis points, as well. Western Stemmed points from Paisley Caves date to more than 13,000 years ago–as old or older than Clovis points. Photo: Jim Barlow
Now, perhaps, eyes can be wide open to the idea that other primates, hominoids, and hominids existed in North America at the same time as so-called Native Americans, Native Canadians, and First Peoples Inuits and Eskimos too!
Explore the pre-Clovis sites here.
Was one of these kinds of pre-Clovis hominoids known as Sasquatch?