Ancient Caribou Hunting Site Discovered
May 13, 2014
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Ancient Caribou Hunting Site Discovered

Underwater archaeologists made a startling discovery when researchers with the University of Michigan found a 9,000-year-old hunting site at the bottom of Lake Huron. The site, complete with what are believed to be ancient hunting blinds and storage structures, was found on the Alpena-Amberley Ridge underneath 121 feet of water. The ridge was once a dry land corridor that connected northeast Michigan and Ontario. Read more at the Outdoor Hub.

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