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What are three possible explanations for how early seafarers were able to navigate the Pacific Ocean?
The possible explanations for how early seafarers were able to navigate the pacific oceans: navigators memorize important facts: the motion of specific stars, [ so where they would rise and set on the horizon of the ocean; weather and the seasons of travel; wildlife species (which gather at particular positions); the direction, size and, speed of ocean waves; colors of the sea and sky,
especially how clouds would cluster at the locations of some islands; and angles for approaching harbours. ]
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