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. . . Support this project print Resource library : Evo in the news : Genes from our extinct relatives live on in modern humans February, 2017 Photo credit: Wikimedia While all humans are remarkably similar at a genetic level — on average any two individuals' genomes are 99.9% identical — those differences that do exist manifest themselves in the . . .
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. . . Quick links: Main page What is evolution and how does it work? What is the evidence for evolution? Evo in the news Genes from our extinct relatives live on in modern humans - February, 2017 From a lithe tribesperson of the Kalahari, to a freckled redhead from Ireland, to a sleek-haired, ruddy-cheeked inhabitant of the Tibetan plateau, . . .
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