Tag Archives: Human Migration

c. 500 BCE: The Human Settlement of Madagascar

Madagascar, the fourth-largest island globally, was one of the last significant landmasses settled by humans, around 2,500 years ago. Its isolation since the breakup of Pangea fostered unique biodiversity, now threatened by human activities

c. 9000 BCE: Uncovering Beringia – The Land Bridge Between Continents

During the last glacial period, the Beringia land bridge emerged, connecting Eurasia and North America. This bridge enabled early human migrations from Eurasia to the Americas, fundamentally altering human history