martes, 16 de diciembre de 2014
New finds, theories, and genetic discoveries are revolutionizing our understanding of the first Americans.
The first face of the first Americans belongs to an unlucky teenage girl who fell to her death in a Yucatán cave some 12,000 to 13,000 years ago. Her bad luck is science’s good fortune. The story of her discovery begins in 2007, when a team of Mexican divers led by Alberto Nava made a startling find: an immense submerged cavern they named Hoyo Negro, the “black hole.” At the bottom of the abyss their lights revealed a bed of prehistoric bones, including at least one nearly complete human skeleton....
Actualización 27-01-15: Los primeros americanos
Extracto de la edición de enero de la revista National Geographic en español.