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The discovery of stone tools alongside mastodon bones in a Florida river shows that humans settled the southeastern United States as much as 1,500 years earlier than scientists previously believed, according to a research team led by a Florida State University professor.
The discovery of stone tools alongside mastodon bones in a Florida river shows that humans settled the southeastern United States as much as 1,500 years earlier than scientists previously believed, according to a research team led by a Florida State University professor.

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A team from Florida State University has discovered stone tolls alongside mastodon bones, which means they may have found the oldest-known site of human life in the southeastern U.S.

This new discovery could change history

A team from Florida State University has discovered stone tolls alongside mastodon bones, which means they may have found the oldest-known site of human life in the southeastern U.S.