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Oldest-Known Human Genome Sequenced

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Ust-Ishim femur

The Ust-Ishim femur.

Credit: Bence Viola, MPI EVA

A 45,000-year-old leg bone from Siberia has yielded the oldest genome sequence for Homo sapiens on record—revealing a mysterious population that may once have spanned northern Asia.

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