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Submission + - DNA Reveals Common Ancestor for Europeans that Lived 1,000 Years Ago (counselheal.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Scientists analyzed and compared DNA samples and discovered that Europeans might have a lot more in common than previously believed. Based from the DNA samples from people throughout the continent, scientists unveiled that most of the people shared common ancestors just over 1,000 years ago. This discovery reconfirmed previous mathematical models that suggested a link between Europeans. Despite those previous models, this finding still plays a huge part in understanding how people relate to one another in a region that has been so accustomed to existing as distinctive ethnic groups.
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DNA Reveals Common Ancestor for Europeans that Lived 1,000 Years Ago

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