Ancient South American populations dipped due to an erratic climate - Science News

Ancient South American populations dipped due to an erratic climate - Science News

Ancient South American populations declined sharply as rainfall became increasingly unpredictable starting around 8,600 years ago, researchers say. But hunter-gatherer groups from the Andes and the Amazon to the continents southern tip bounced back quickly o… [Read More]

Published @ May 9, 2019

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Ancient South American populations dipped due to an erratic climate - Science News

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