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Glaciers in Alberta 10,000 years ago

About 10,000 years ago, archaeologists and geologists believe the glaciers had retreated enough that an ice-free corridor linking Alaska and the Yukon with central North America was created.

About 10,000 years ago, archaeologists and geologists believe the glaciers had retreated enough that an ice-free corridor linking Alaska and the Yukon with central North America was created.

Diagram courtesy of the Provincial Museum of Alberta

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