Ancient human population histories revealed in Central and South America

The first high quality ancient DNA data from Central and South America — 49 individuals some as old as 11,000 years — has revealed a major and previously unknown exchanges between populations. For the first time, researchers have archaeological and genetic evidence linking some of the oldest humans in Central America to the earliest known populations to arrive in the New World.

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