First peoples: Study finds two ancient ancestries ‘reconverged’ with settling of South America — The Archaeology News Network

Recent research has suggested that the first people to enter the Americas split into two ancestral branches, the northern and southern, and that the “southern branch” gave rise to all populations in Central and South America. A new genetic study of ancient individuals in the Americas and their contemporary descendants finds that two populations that…

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