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Boy buried 12,600 years ago linked to modern Native Americans

The site, marked with a pole, where the boy's remains were found. (AP Photo/Mike Waters)

The site, marked with a pole, where the boy's remains were found. (AP Photo/Mike Waters)

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A toddler was buried some 12,600 ago in what's now Montana. And now his DNA has linked him to almost all Indians in North and South America -- including study co-author Shane Doyle. The professor tells Carol, "My life really hasn't been quite the same since."

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