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In Science this week, a University of Washington-led group presents data showing that modern-day Melanesians carry genetic components passed down from Denisovans, a group of prehistoric hominins. The team analyzed the genomes of 1,523 individuals globally, including 35 individuals from Northern Island Melanesia in Papua New Guinea.

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