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Genetic anthropology is an emerging discipline that combines DNA and physical evidence to reveal the history of ancient human migration. It seeks to answer the questions, "Where did we come from, and how did we get here?" The following information has been excerpted from the website of the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Biological and Environmental Research, Human Genome Program.

Genetic anthropology is an emerging discipline that combines DNA and physical evidence to reveal the history of ancient human migration. It seeks to answer the questions, "Where did we come from, and how did we get here?" The following information has been excerpted from the website of the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Biological and Environmental Research, Human Genome Program.

Bradshaw Foundation on Twitter: "The 2 million year melee—neanderthals vs. humans " Though they were closely related, Neanderthals and ancient humans were different species. Papagianni compared the skull of a Neanderthal to that of a human. The difference is clear. "Think of the skull of a human as a soccer ball, and the skull of a Neanderthal as a football," she says. This sports analogy goes a step further. Like a soccer player, humans are lean and well-suited to running. Neanderthals have…

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Bradshaw Foundation on Twitter: "The 2 million year melee—neanderthals vs. humans " Though they were closely related, Neanderthals and ancient humans were different species. Papagianni compared the skull of a Neanderthal to that of a human. The difference is clear. "Think of the skull of a human as a soccer ball, and the skull of a Neanderthal as a football," she says. This sports analogy goes a step further. Like a soccer player, humans are lean and well-suited to running. Neanderthals have…

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