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Great find, they are finding more and more right in our own backyard, not all ancient archeology is in Egypt and Africa or the European Continent.
Parasites as probes for prehistoric human migrations?
The distributions of hookworm, whipworm and threadworm in the prehistoric Americas are best explained by Montenegro’s coastal migration model . He used archaeological hookworm findings, climate data and paleoclimate modeling to test whether peoples migrating from areas compatible to hookworm in Asia across Beringia and into North America could have crossed the distance fast enough to provide an explanation for hookworm in the prehistoric Americas . A model was proposed where, before European contact, all inhabitants of the Americas, except for the Arctic and Subarctic, descended from migrants into the continents by a terrestrial interior route across the Bering Land Bridge at approximately 13 000 years BP
I swear, archeology is one of the dumbest fields out there. They jump to so many conclusions it's ridiculous and the funny part is they don't have to prove any of it. Archeology seems to be a field that closely parallels politics - rewards those able to fabricate the best stories.