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

George Dvorsky | 
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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Studies of ancient DNA offer new insights into human migration between Siberia and North America

Brain Handwerk | 
There is plenty of evidence to suggest that humans migrated to the North American continent via Beringia, a land mass ...
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Is resurrecting the woolly mammoth an ‘unnecessary show of scientific hubris’?

Erin Biba | 
Bringing an extinct species back to life was once firmly in the realm of science fiction, but as genetic engineering ...
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Who were the Denisovans? This Siberian cave could offer answers

Ewen Callaway | 
Samantha Brown didn’t have high hopes when she opened the ziplock bag containing some 700 shards of bone. It would ...
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‘Incredibly rare’ extinct Siberian horse to be cloned

Katherine Hignett | 
Scientists recently extracted an almost perfectly preserved prehistoric baby horse from the permafrost of Siberia’s “Mouth of Hell” crater in Yakutia. At ...
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