Europeans and Asians traded DNA 2,000 years ago

Genetic blending between Europeans and Asians occurred over 2,000 years ago in the Altai region of Mongolia, according to a new analysis.  The remains of ancient Scythian warriors indicate that this blending was not due to an eastward migration of Europeans, but to a demographic expansion of local Central Asian populations and that was due to the technological improvements the Scythian culture brought with them. 

View the original article here: Not Just Genghis Khan – Scythians Show Genetic Blending With Europe 2,000 Years Ago

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