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i belive theres @ least 15,000 migrations on the brig but you may have to do more research

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Q: Migrations across the Alaskan land bridge?
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What geographic feature was essential for migrations to the Americas?

The Beringia Land Bridge

What was the location for early American migrations?

Central America land bridge

Did a land bridge join Siberia Asia Alaskan north America?

The Bering Strait

Who were the first people to cross the Bering Land Bridge?

the last people to cross the bridge were the natives to the Russian/Alaskan areas..

What happened to the land bridge across which these people traveled?

The land bridge was covered with snow that melted and it is now known as the Bering Strait.

Did neandertals migrate across the bering bridge?

Neanderthals did not migrate across the Bering land bridge as they primarily inhabited Europe and parts of western Asia. The land bridge was used by early human populations to migrate from Asia to the Americas.

What is true about the Bering land Hunters can still follow animal herds across the land bridge or The land bridge forms a coastline with the Arctic Ocean?

The second one.

Is the berignia land bridge and berignia ice bridge the same?

The Beringia land bridge and ice bridge are not the same. The Beringia land bridge refers to a former land connection that existed between Siberia and Alaska during the last Ice Age, allowing animals and humans to migrate between Asia and North America. The Beringia ice bridge, on the other hand, is a theory that suggests that during certain periods of glaciation, sea ice in the Bering Strait may have connected the two continents, facilitating migrations.

How did early people migrate to north America?

Walked across a land bridge.

The earliest inhabitants were thought to have come across a bridge of land thousands of years ago from what continent?

The earliest inhabitants of the Americas were thought to have come across a land bridge from Asia, based on anthropology as well as genetic evidence.

How did the North Americans come to north America?

The American Indian come to North America from Siberia across the Bering land bridge.