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Why is the Bering land bridge theory such a popular explanation for Early migration to Alaska?

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  1. anonymous
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    Well, to be frank, it was pretty much the only possibility for Russia-America migration back in those days, since teleportation doesn't exist (despite however cool it would be), going the other way via travelling all of Russia-Europe-then-across-the-sea-to-East-America-then-walking-all-the-way-to-Alaska wasn't something that could be done either.

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