BERING SEA AND SIBERIA
This picture was taken on a rare clear day from
Chukotka, Alaska by Dr. Ken Tankersley in 1995.
The scene is the Bering sea and the
in Siberia are far older than any of North America's
earliest Paleo sites. Solid uncontroversial dates
But most North American Paleo archaeologists
generally agree that early migrations into the New
World must have occurred sometime between
25,000 and 50,000 years ago.