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October 16, 2019, 12:08 am UTC    
July 19, 2019 09:41AM
Pseudoarchaeological claims of horses present in the Americas isn’t all that new. Recently, however, a new story started making the rounds on Facebook with a slightly different twist. Instead of trying to prove the introduction of the horse by the “lost tribe of Israel” or “the Philistines” as they settled the Americas a few thousand years ago, this story introduces something more plausible. Contrary to the current scientific consensus, horses, so the claim goes, didn’t go extinct in the Pleistocene and were not re-introduced post-contact.

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Hermione
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Pleistocene Horses in the Americas?

Hermione July 19, 2019 09:41AM

Re: Pleistocene Horses in the Americas?

Allan Shumaker July 19, 2019 11:46AM

Re: Pleistocene Horses in the Americas?

Allan Shumaker July 21, 2019 04:31PM



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