The Bluefish Caves are situated in a limestome ridge overlooking the Bluefish River in the Keele mountain range of northern Yukon. The caves are the site of the oldest undisturbed archaeological evidence in Canada. Based on evidence found in the caves’ three small cavities – bones of mammoths, horses, bison and other animals with butchering marks from stone tools – and radiocarbon dating, it is estimated that small hunting groups used these caves between 25,000 and 12,000 years ago.
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