SOURCE: Smithsonian Magazine
Genetic analysis of their modern descendants shows that people from the Pacific Islands and South America interacted long before Europeans arrived.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Jordan Brasher
How did an American debate about racism make its way to Brazil?
SOURCE: Archaeology News Network
Giant sloths, saber-toothed cats, oversize armadillos, and other large mammals once roamed the Americas -- and humans hunted them.
SOURCE: National Geographic
Human-sacrifice rituals at an ancient Moche temple in Peru likely featured the killing of war captives from distant valleys.
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