Modern Genome Data Suggests How Homo Sapiens Developed in Africa  VOA Learning EnglishView Full coverage on Google News
The study suggests that many ancestral groups moved across geographic areas and mixed with each other over hundreds of thousands of years. It also found that everyone alive today can connect their ancestry to at least two different populations that were present in Africa about a million years.The study suggests that many ancestral groups moved across geographic areas and mixed with each other over hundreds of thousands of years. It also found that everyone alive today can connect their ancestry to at least two different populations that were present in Africa about a million years.

Modern Genome Data Suggests How Homo Sapiens Developed in Africa

Genetic evidence reveals a long, previously unknown period of adaptation to cold climates in the history of ancient human migrations across the globe.

Ancient humans may have paused in Arabia for 30,000 years on their way out of Africa

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Chris Stringer on Twitter: "The success of failed Homo sapiens dispersals out of Africa and into Asia (2018) https://t.co/8MK9eJelmo" / Twitter

Michael Petraglia on Twitter: "It's hypothesised that there was a prolonged period of genetic isolation in the Arabian Peninsula, from around 100 ka but at least ~80 ka until the subsequent Eurasian dispersal ~54 to 50 ka. So far, the archaeological data do not support this. https://t.co/8wuVTZSV7E https://t.co/TYov3N1fox" / Twitter

Michael Petraglia on Twitter: "Major new paper #OutofAfrica: Our analyses reveal a previously unsuspected extended period of genetic adaptation lasting ~30,000 y, potentially in #Arabia or surrounding regions, prior to a rapid #dispersal across the rest of Eurasia as far as #Australia. https://t.co/bKkWxqT761" / Twitter

PaleoAnthropology+ on Twitter: "DNA Suggests Modern Humans Emerged from Several Groups in Africa, Not One https://t.co/VvnFbkXf05" / Twitter

Scientists used computer modeling and the genomes of several hundred living people to examine our prehistoric originsScientists used computer modeling and the genomes of several hundred living people to examine our prehistoric origins

DNA Suggests Modern Humans Emerged From Several Groups in Africa, Not One | Smart News| Smithsonian Magazine

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