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What two continents did the Bering land bridge connect? A. Asia and Africa B. Asia and North America C. Africa and Europe D. Africa and Australia
The answer is B. Asia and North America.
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User: What two continents did the Bering land bridge connect? A. Asia and Africa B. Asia and North America C. Africa and Europe D. Africa and Australia





Weegy: The answer is B. Asia and North America.
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User: What led to the creation of complex societies? A. the advent of farming B. the reluctance to stay in one place C. the beginning of hunting and gathering D. the desire to consumer larger amounts of meat

Weegy: The answer is A. the advent of farming.
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User: Which Spanish conquistador conquered the Incas? A. Juan Ponce de Leon B. Hernando Cortez C. Hernando de Soto D. Francisco Pizarro

Weegy: The answer is D. Francisco Pizarro.
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