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Genetic Diversity and Migrations - Panel 13
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Thanks to the study of the genetic variability of contemporary human populations, and by comparing genetic facts with paleontological and archaeological findings, the history of our species can be reconstructed. The degree of genetic relationships between contemporary populations varies with geographic proximity, explained by the history of migrations.
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