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Three major population genetics studies have provided the firmest evidence yet of humanity’s ancestral migration out of Africa. Their findings support the widely accepted hypothesis that humanity’s ancestors traveled from East Africa through Central Asia and then to the rest of the world. More importantly, they point the way towards fine-grained future studies of population variation, allowing people to pinpoint their own ancestral wanderings and scientists to focus on genomic regions that have experienced intensive historical pressure..
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