The First Humans Out of Africa Weren’t Quite Who We Thought : ScienceAlert


The human family tree is a tangle of twisted branches. Parting the foliage to disentangle the stem of our own species is not so easy.

The classic out-of-Africa hypothesis suggests that Homo sapiens evolved from a distinct lineage of early human that evolved around 150,000 years ago before setting off to spread…

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