Archaeologists working off Canada's Pacific Coast have found 29 human footprints dating back to the end of the last Ice Age. The buried impressions were found along a beach - a discovery that's bolstering the case for a coastal migratory route into North America.
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In a study that's already attracting considerable controversy, a research team says it has found evidence of human habitation along the southern coast of California dating back an astounding 130,000 years. That's 10 times older than most estimates, and a complete upending of what we thought we knew about how and when humans first arrived in North America -- if it turns out to be true.