Researchers use DNA to track original settlers of Caribbean islands

Washington DC (UPI) Dec 24, 2020
The origins of the Caribbean’s first islanders can be traced to two distinct groups, thousands of years apart, suggesting the archipelago was settled by highly mobile people, with distant relatives often living on different islands, a study published Thursday by Nature found. The islands’ first inhabitants, a group of stone tool-users, boated to Cuba about 6,000 years ago, gradually exp

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