I became curious about Beringia's climate. Beringia is located between Chukotka and Alaska, neither of which are commonly considered tropical paradises. But Beringia existred during, and because of, the Ice Age, which suggests that it should have been far colder than Alaska. Perhaps incredibly cold. But as far as I have learned on the Internet, Beringia was a grassland. And there were people in it (I knew that, of course, but I assumed they were the kind that can live on the Moon). So what kind of climate did it really have? How cold did it get? How fertile were these grasslands? How many peope were there?