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By analyzing genomic data from ancient Caribbean islanders, an international team led by scientists from the Max Planck Institute and Leiden University have uncovered new details about the earliest humans to populate this region. As reported in this week's Science, the researchers obtained genome-wide data on 93 people who lived in the Caribbean between 3200 and 400 cal. BP.

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