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tartar horde

Sep 24 13 2:20 AM

PaleoAleo

Closed Topic RSS Sticky Topic Welcome to the Forum - Forum Rules - Please Read. 2 3052

PaleoAleo

Apr 2 08 7:18 PM

PaleoAleo

RSS The peopling of the Americas 2 87

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RSS A brief summary of human history 3 122

Larry Moniz

Vognok

RSS Earliest verified dog breeding 1 210

Quillsnkiko

Jul 14 17 6:22 AM

Tyrannocaster.monsterkidclass...

RSS Atlantis: truth or myth? 1 86

Michael Bootz

Jul 12 17 1:05 PM

EssosLife

RSS Clovis point finds...map of north America....Folsom, Clovis, all fluted, etc 15 9491

sjames79

Jun 25 17 8:52 AM

scalp creek

RSS Hi from Neanderthals of Apulia 7 309

Quillsnkiko

Jun 18 17 12:12 PM

Tapirchik

RSS 10k year old buffalo kill 5 266

Quillsnkiko

Jun 18 17 12:10 PM

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RSS Findings from the beach of mystery 13 303

Tapirchik

Jun 18 17 11:58 AM

Tapirchik

RSS Scientists find 7.2-million-year-old pre-human remains in Balkans 2 201

NewbowPA

May 26 17 8:39 AM

Hardaker

RSS Scientists find 7.2-million-year-old pre-human remains in Balkans 0 120

Hardaker

May 24 17 12:22 AM

Hardaker

RSS newer forensics on ötzi the iceman 2 264

gekitsu

May 12 17 11:58 AM

gekitsu

RSS Ancient Man in Canada 3 321

Hardaker

May 8 17 7:06 AM

Quillsnkiko

RSS Beware of IFR 3 1034

Nomadheart

May 5 17 8:00 PM

Nomadheart

RSS A 130,000-year-old archaeological site in southern California, USA 10 439

Quillsnkiko

May 4 17 8:36 AM

Hardaker

RSS Ancient Mummy....1,100 years old..... 1 210

Pamunkey

May 1 17 8:29 AM

Quillsnkiko

RSS The Hobbit is a Habilis? New evidence, however, links Homo floresiensis, widely known as hobbits, to Homo habilis, a much more primitive member of the human family. 0 162

Hardaker

Apr 21 17 9:47 PM

Hardaker

RSS what's the secret 0 189

samy

Apr 11 17 5:54 PM

samy

RSS Neanderthals 3 267

Quillsnkiko

Apr 6 17 12:34 PM

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