Ancient DNA illuminates how humans travelled and interacted in Stone Age Africa


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Archaeologists have varied hypotheses for the way populations modified in Africa about 50,000 years in the past, through the Later Stone Age transition. Now, the earliest out there ancient-DNA sequences from sub-Saharan Africa reveal a posh Late Pleistocene inhabitants construction, pointing to giant shifts in human motion and in patterns of social interplay.

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