DNA points to millennia of stability in East Asian hunter-fisher population

7,700-year-old remains show lack of influx from other groups

East Asian hunter-gatherer skull

OLD BONES This 7,700-year-old skull of a hunter-gatherer from East Asia belonged to a group of people who are genetically similar to groups living in the area today.

Elizaveta Veselovskaya

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