How did the Paleo Indians cross into North America?
the paleo Indians crossed over from Asia to north America by a "landbridge" known as beringia
they followed the herd of animals, as this was their source of food. the animals just happened to cross the land bridge from Asia to North America.
The generally excepted theory is that the Paleo-Indians first arrived in North America by crossing the Bering Land Bridge about 13,000 to 10,000 years ago. This was during the last Ice Age, and because so much water was frozen in glaciers on land, the sea level was lower. This exposed the sea floor between Alaska and Russia, and allowed the Paleo-Indians to cross to North America, as well as a wide variety of other animals.
They used the Atlantic ocean.
About 15,000 BCE.
Dorothea Cross Leighton has written: 'Children of the people' -- subject(s): Navajo Indians, Indian children, Children, Indians of North America
They were nomadic and followed the herds for food. This happened over generations and not all at once.
The Paleo-Indians were the first Americans to cross Beringia into Alaska.
If you travel FROM North America TO Europe (or FROM Europe TO North America) by the most direct route, you would not cross the Equator.
you would cross mexico to get to south america.
Boston is in North America, and Amsterdam is in Europe. To get from North America to Europe, you must cross the Atlantic Ocean.
Because North America and Europe are both in the northern hemisphere, there would be no need to cross the equator.
What 2 lines of latitude cross north American
The southern cross is never visible anywhere in North America north of the line through Havana, Cancun, and Puerto Vallarta.
You would not cross the equator, as Europe is east of North America. The equator is a degree of latitude, which means you must go either north or south to cross it. Regardless, you would be traveling well above the equator.
Europe, North America and Antarctica
By the land bridge
There are three continents that DO cross the equator: South America, Africa, and Asia. The others do NOT: North America, Europe, Australia, and Antarctica.
Why did the chicken cross the road? There is much debate about when exactly they got there, let alone why.
38th Parallel North: North America, Europe, and Asia. 38th Parallel South: South America and Australia.
No, as most of North America and Europe, is in the Northern Hemisphere i.e. above the equator
The parallel of 45° North crosses Europe, Asia, and North America.
Europe, Asia, North America
Europe, Asia, and North America do.
Africa, Asia, and North America does.
north america, africa, and asia
no you would not
North America, Europe, Antarctica, and Australia are the four continents that do not cross the equator. The equator crosses Asia, Africa and South America.
Hard call... I don't think that there is a simple answer here, but let's see. South America has really cool Mayan pyramids. North America doesn't. South America can see the Southern Cross. North America can't. South America has the Iguazu Falls. North America doesn't. North America has the Great Lakes. South America doesn't. North America has minimum wage rules. South America doesn't. North America has the Grand Canyon. South America doesn't.
It is summer in Europe too! To move into a different season, you have to cross the equator. When it is summer in North America, it is winter in South America, southern Africa, and Australia, for example.
Europe, North America, Australia, and Antarctica.
The Atlantic Ocean
The Atlantic ocean
North America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia.
It crosses both
The line crosses North America, Africa, and Asia.
Probably around 10,000 years ago.
figure it out
because they were looking for another land
It was about changing the time it takes to cross North America from months to days.
The parallel of 30 degrees north latitude crosses territory in Africa, Asia, and North America.
The 60th North parallel traverses territory in North America, Greenland, Europe, and Asia.
Panama canal - however it's in South America
Assuming you mean if or when you go to China, it depends from where you start and in which direction you go.
The bering strait
Coronado Cross in Ford county Kansas.