John Kerr posted in anthropology • genetics • madagascar • Massey • population genetics on March 22nd, 2012.
New research from a Massey University computational biologist has estimated that the island of Madagascar was settled by just 30 Indonesian women only 1200 years ago. The finding sheds light on one of the strangest evolutionary events in human history. The people of Madagascar, off the east coast of Africa, are descended from Indonesians, quarter […]
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