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...brevirhinus. It was less than half the size of a modern beaver and related to beavers from Asia that crossed the Bering land bridge to North America about 7 million years ago, Samuels said.It roamed what is now the monument during the Oligocene...

...Ranier National Park, Sunset Crater National Monument, Rocky Mountain National Park, Katmai National park and Bering Land Bridge National Archeological Preserve, where both Helen and Hal were park rangers.Along the way, four children were...
Refuge Notebook: Tracking time in the New and Old Worlds

...Mediterranean for the past 100,000 years, North America was colonized by Paleolithic hunter-gatherers crossing the Bering land bridge less than 20,000 years ago, coinciding with glaciers receding at the end of the Wisconsin Ice Age. Carbon-14...
Seldom seen native sucker occurs in Kenai lakes

...north as the Arctic coast in Alaska and northwestern Canada. This is the only sucker that has made it across the Bering land bridge and occurs in northeastern Siberia.On the Kenai Peninsula, Longnose suckers are known to occur in at least 60...
Refuge Notebook: Bison in our back yard?

...ecosystem, extended from Eastern Siberia to Alaska. The Bering land bridge periodically connected the continents when enough...Steppe bison (Bison priscus) migrated across the Bering land bridge 200,000 years ago and moved south into central...
Russians working on plan for international park be about 7.4 million acres. Also included in the plan are four existing conservation units in Alaska: the Bering Land Bridge Preserve, Cape Krusenstern National Monument, Kobuk Valley National Park and Noatak National Preserve. No new...
Did mammoths roam the Kenai?

...M. meridionalis) entered North America via the Bering Land Bridge about 1.7 million years ago. In contrast, the...of Alaska and the Yukon Territory, the connecting Bering Land Bridge (Beringia) and across northern Asia and Europe...

...Fairbanks borough considers tax break for some historic buildings Native educator Effie Kokrine dies Renowned Bering Land Bridge researcher dies State completes antibiotics survey Anchorage seafood plant considers processing farmed fish...


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