Ancient DNA left over from the last ice age shows that all Europeans, at one time, were descended from early humans living in Belgium. Analysis of genomes also suggested our distant ancestors underwent significant evolutionary changes during the Ice Age and a few thousand years following that frigid era.The study suggests that all modern Europeans sampled could trace their ancestry back to a large population living around 37,000 years ago in what is now Belgium.
A total of 51 genetic samples were examined in the latest study, a vast improvement in understanding compared with the four examples available previous to now.
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
All Europeans of Belgian Descent?
Tech Times is reporting that all modern Europeans are descended from a population from Belgium. James Maynard writes: