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    What do you think about the discovery of the Luzia skeleton in the Lapa Vermelha cave system in Brazil? It was estimated to be around 11,500 years old and has cranial features distinctive of Australian Aborigines rather the Mongoloids? How were aborigines able to migrate to the New World at that time?


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    Seems to be open question.


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    maybe some darker skinned persons migrated across Berinigia too?

    Or darker skinned persons migrated alongside lighter skinned and they interbred.
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    Huh? She's not talking about skin pigmentation.
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