Finally, there are researchers who believe that the New World was populated by North Atlantis - so they call land, connects the Scandinavian Peninsula, the British Isles, Iceland, Newfoundland and Canada. And consider that this "bridge" passed from Europe to the New World, not only plants and animals, but also people of the Stone Age, the ancestors of the mysterious "white Indians", reported by some travelers and missionaries who visited North America in XVII-XIX centuries. "Bridge" across the North Atlantic, connecting Western Europe and America, apparently, really existed. This is indicated by the data of settlement of animals and plants, as well as some facts obtained in the study of the bottom of the Atlantic. Back in 1845, studying the flora that existed in the Tertiary period in Western Europe, and comparing it to the North American, F. Unger suggested that Europe and North America in that era were associated continuous strip of land, or a chain of large islands. This idea was developed by other researchers, but later left it, because through Beringia path is though longer, but more reliable. Nowadays, however, the idea of ??North Atlantis, or, as it is called now, Tuleanskoy sushi (from "Thule" of Pytheas), a "bridge" between Europe - in England - Iceland and Greenland - North America, receives support in the light of new facts, mined earth sciences and its inhabitants.