The first Michigan deer hunters were pretty smart. University of Michigan researchers have uncovered evidence that they figured out how to channel caribou off from the main migrating herd and right down a man made alley, to a dead end cul-de-sac, right in front of their deer blinds. You can go visit their 9,000 year old deer blinds - but you'll need some scuba equipment, because they're at the bottom of Lake Huron.

Here's the story from UPI.

And here's another link from with more photos.

Scientists are still searching for the ancient Cabela's they bought all their gear from.

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