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We are all linked together in the recent past by genealogical ancestry

We are all linked together in the recent past by genealogical ancestry We are all linked together in the recent past by genealogical ancestry
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Our findings suggest a remarkable proposition: no matter the languages we speak or the color of our skin, we share ancestors who planted rice on the banks of the Yangtze, who first domesticated horses on the steppes of the Ukraine, who hunted giant sloths in the forests of North and South America, and who laboured to build the Great Pyramid of Khufu.

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