Did Most Men Die Off 7,000 Years Ago? — Archaeological Headlines – Archaeology Magazine

STANFORD, CALIFORNIA—Live Science reports that population geneticist Marcus Feldman of Stanford University has proposed a new explanation for the population bottleneck between 5,000 to 7,000 years ago detected in the genes of modern men, which suggest that during this stretch, there was just one male for every 17 females. Feldman and his team conducted 18…

via Did Most Men Die Off 7,000 Years Ago? — Archaeological Headlines – Archaeology Magazine

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