AUSTRALIA AND PACIFIC ISLAND ORIGINS OF THE AMERICAS IN NEWEST DNA STUDIES
Updated: Jan 9, 2022
Newest genetic study proves
Deep genetic affinity between coastal Pacific and Amazonian natives evidenced by Australasian ancestry The further dismantling of the myth of the singular Founding population of the Americas is released with the newest 2021 findings proving that the Asian mongoloid later group migration has not erased the previous African via Austrian FIRST TRIBE ABORIGINALS " Different migration routes to the South American region have been previously proposed and evidenced. Archeological and genetic data demonstrated that both routes, Pacific coastal and inland, were likely used by the first migrants (11). Our models point to an ancient genetic affinity between the Pacific coast and Amazonian populations that could be explained by the presence of Y ancestry in both geographic regions. In addition, this shared ancestry seems to precede the separation of the Pacific and Amazon branches, showing an entry through the west coast, followed by successive events of genetic drift in the Brazilian populations. This genetic evidence for the presence of Y ancestry on the South American Pacific coast indicates that this ancestry likely reached this region through the Pacific coastal route, and therefore could explain absence of this genetic component in the populations of North and Central America studied so far. "
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