May 13, 2016
Pre-Clovis Find in Florida
Radiocarbon dating at the Page-Ladson sinkhole site in Florida has shown that ancient tools, including a knife, alongside extinct animal bones were Pre-Clovis, dated to 14,550 years ago. They found a mastodon tusk with cut marks made by humans using stone tools. This proves that these extinct mastodons were not wiped out by human hunters as quickly as believed, but lived alongside of them for 2000 years. The artifact dating, stratigraphy dating and other scientific dating is unequivocal for Pre-Clovis. 71 samples of wood all matched at being 14,500 years old and they were found in the dated stratigraphy layers as matching.
The Daily Mail has good photos with the story;
The LA Times includes a video with the story;
Mike Ruggeri’s Pre-Clovis and Clovis World
Mike Ruggeri’s Pre-Clovis and Clovis World Magazine
Mike Ruggeri’s Pre-Clovis and Clovis News on Tumblr