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Atlantis and the Pleistocene Island Syndrome

Wednesday, July 3, 2013 5:09
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We have touched on the matter of bison once before and briefly although it is one of the animals that seems to bear evidence of a recent transatlantic migration as opposed to one over the more usually cited Bering Sea route. (The beaver is the other primary example among the mammals, and both of them must have made a crossing during the Pleistocene or Ice Age itself.
On that earlier occasion I summarized the situation in these words:

Above, the Wisent or European bison, below the Woodlands bison of North America. Some authorities maintain that the bison were Atlantean animals (James Churchward says this in the Lost Continent of Mu books) and the idea would be that they were woodlands bison as opposed to the bigger (and less hairy) steppe bisons of Eurasia.

Source: http://frontiers-of-anthropology.blogspot.com/2013/07/atlantis-and-pleistocene-island-syndrome.html

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