The elongated skull of a 20 month old baby from Paracas Peru that died 2000 years ago was unwrapped under supervision 2 years ago.
It had red hair, and recent DNA results showed that its ancestry was not Native American.
DNA testing of the baby Paracas was conducted in the Lakehead University lab in Canada, as well as perhaps one or two other labs in the United States. The results that came back showed only one discernible haplogroup present, that of U2e1.
This would indicate that the Paracas ancestors that had the haplogroup U2e1 haplogroup did not cross the Bering land bridge with the Native Americans, but likely sailed to the coast of Peru from Europe, the Middle East or possibly India, at least 3000 years ago. Read more here.