The human family tree

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The human family tree is complicated and only getting more complex as researchers like Harvard Medical School’s David Reich unearth evidence hidden in the genome of interbreeding— not just between different human populations, but between humans and other hominins, writes Carl Zimmer at Discover magazine.

View the original article here: The Human Tree

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