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Ancient DNA Shows The Sámi and Finns Share Identical Siberian Genes

Posted by Jean-Yves on Dec 4, 2018
 

The first study on the DNA of the ancient inhabitants of Finland has been published, with results indicating that an abundance of genes reached Finland all the way from Siberia.

Genetic material from Siberia has been found in the inhabitants of the Kola Peninsula from as far back as approximately 4,000 years ago, later spreading also to Finland. The study also corroborates the assumption that people genetically similar to the Sámi lived much further south in Finland than today even during the Iron Age.

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Well, the immigrant walk from Africa passed that way proven due to DNA tests published at National Geographic


oh it is so interesting. Can you tell me more of the Irish research that was recently done


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