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Human Migration

New scholarship indicates that lower sea levels may have allowed early human
migration to the Arabian peninsula across a shallow Red Sea instead
of a route along the Nile,as previously thought.


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New research points to earlier human migration out of Africa, 125,000 years ago
Article | For decades, the consensus scientific opinion has held that anatomically modern humans first migrated out of Africa some 60,000 years ago, heading north into the eastern Mediterranean region and then on to Europe and Asia.
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Find suggests modern humans took earlier path out of Africa
Article | For decades, the scientific consensus has held that anatomically modern humans first migrated out of Africa some 60,000 years ago, heading north into the eastern Mediterranean region and on to Europe and Asia.

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