With some evidence of possible boats in Indonesia 180,000 years ago and a climate that would have allowed for their passage to the Americas, there are a few contenders for who may have been the toolmakers at the site in California.
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He is one of the better-known Norse gods, who is mentioned in a number of literary sources, including the Poetic Edda and the Prose Edda.
The site also had flat rocks that could have been anvils and a collection of small stones that may have been used as hammers.
These artifacts were found in the same layer as the mastodon bones and apparently show evidence of use wear and impact marks .
These bones were not broken by carnivore-chewing, they were not broken by other animals trampling on the bone.” Finally, the researchers have also provided a couple of possibilities for the stone tool creators – they wrote in their paper that Neanderthals or Denisovans may have been the ones who left the tools behind.
Or, they put forward the idea that an early form of who roamed Asia more than 200,000 years ago left the artifacts.