Clovis people may have hunted elephant-like prey, not just mammoths

Traces of ancient American culture also discovered farther south than expected

POINTING SOUTH  New finds, including this crystal quartz spear point, indicate that North America’s Clovis people hunted in what’s now northwestern Mexico around 13,390 years ago.

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