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Nature.comAncient genomics is recasting the story of the Americas' first residentsNature.comArrowheads that belong to people associated with the Clovis culture, an early group of settlers in the Americas.Credit: Phil Degginger/Science Photo Library. Ancient genomics is finally beginning to tell the history of the Americas - and it's looking ...and more »
 
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