Steps of First Native Americas Traced From the Arctic

May 18, 2012 by

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A new analysis of the genetics of people living near the arctic is helping researchers understand how Native Americans made their way south from the polar region. Those that moved on left their genes behind, the researchers found.


The researchers were looking for pieces of DNA that were shared between different groups of people living in the arctic circle to find how they might have historically interacted and interbred during the last several thousand years.

Steps of First Native Americas Traced From the Arctic

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