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SCIENTISTS DISCOVER DNA OF MORE ‘HARDY’ HUMAN SPECIES

ANM News Desk: Scientists have found that ancient Siberia 30,000 years ago was home to a hardy and previously unknown group of humans. Scientists say the discovery could help unpick longstanding mysteries about the ancestors of native North Americans.

While it is commonly believed the ancestors of native North Americans arrived from Eurasia via a now submerged land bridge called Beringia, exactly which groups crossed and gave rise to native North American populations has been difficult to unpick.

Now scientists say they might have found some answers to the conundrums through comparison of DNAs.

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