The most detailed look yet at how early humans left Africa
Same pioneering ancestorsMario Tama/Getty By Emily BensonAll non-Africans living today can trace the vast majority of their ancestry to a group of pioneers who left Africa in a single wave, tens of thousands of years ago. We still don’t know the exact timing of that migration, precisely where it began, nor the details of movements and how individual...
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