Saturday, December 27, 2014

Hunter-gatherers 7kya had stronger bones

Hunter-gatherers from 7,000 years ago had stronger bones than farmers from 1,000 years ago, probably due to the amount of strength building exercise they had.

In other news: archaeological traces of H. Erectus tools from 1.2 mya have been found in Turkey.

Eurogenes meanwhile has a refined thee autosomal population model of West Eurasians that suggests that Near Eastern Neolithic individuals probably has less Western European Hunter-Gatherer admixture than the Early European Farmer component derived from ancient DNA in the leading model of the kind.

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