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Ancient DNA in a Stone Age Tomb Reveals the World’s Oldest Family Tree

NEWCASTLE, United Kingdom — A Stone Age tomb is giving the world a look at the human race’s oldest known “single extended family,” according to a new study. Researchers in the United Kingdom say they found DNA from Stone Age Britons living in the nation’s West Country about 5,700 years ago. Mapping DNA from the…

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