A prehistoric population once lived in Siberia but mysteriously disappeared, according to genetic research

A prehistoric population once lived in Siberia but mysteriously disappeared, according to genetic research

A prehistoric population once lived in Siberia but mysteriously disappeared, according to genetic research

Scientists studying prehistory GOUT discovered a mysterious group of hunter-gatherers that lived in Siberia probably over 10,000 years ago.

The find was made during a genetic study of human remains in North Asia dating back 7,500 years. The study also revealed that the gene flow of human DNA not only moved from Asia to the Americas – as previously known – but also in the opposite direction, meaning that people moved back and forth like ping pong balls along the Bering Bridge Land.

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