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Re: Has anyone seen the movie 10,000 BC?

Quoting Raymond Ancog <rayancog@pldtdsl.net>:

Or perhaps north- and eastwards to Palestine or Arabia, to account for the travels of the main characters (who apparently tracked their enemies from North America, across the Bering land bridge, to Asia and Africa where they finally end up in Egypt).

So Beringia is exposed, but (from what I remember of the preview) the eastern seaboard of North America appears to have EXACTLY THE SAME COASTLINE AS TODAY. Neat trick!

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