Early humans left Africa through Egypt, study says – Christian Science Monitor


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Early humans left Africa through Egypt, study says
Christian Science Monitor
225 human genome sequences from Ethiopians and Egyptians point to a Northern exit out of Africa as the most likely route by the ancestors of all Eurasians. Luca Pagani. View Caption. When a group of modern humans began their exodus out of Africa some …
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