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DNA from 14,000-year-old tooth offers oldest known link between Native Americans and southern Siberia

A 14,000-year-old genome scraped from a prehistoric tooth found in southern Siberia is now the oldest known connection linking living ...
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Genetic analysis reshapes our understanding of when humans first arrived in North America

For more than half a century, the prevailing story of how the first humans came to the Americas went like ...

Colonial warfare: Were smallpox-infected blankets given to Native Americans?

North American colonists’ warfare against Native Americans often was horrifyingly brutal. But one method they appear to have used shocks even more ...
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‘Blinding speed’: How an ice age led to the populating of the Americas

Tens of thousands of years ago, two gigantic ice sheets smothered the northernmost parts of what has since been named ...

Settling of the Americas: Searching for pieces of the puzzle

DNA analysis of two ancient infants adds to evidence that humans stayed on the Bering strait for thousands of years ...
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