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Researchers found 2 childrens milk teeth in north eastern Siberia

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Researchers found 2 childrens milk teeth in north eastern Siberia

Researchers found 2 childrens milk teeth in north eastern Siberia

08 June 2019 Current Affairs: Researchers found two children's milk teeth buried deep in a remote archaeological site in northeastern Siberia. This discovery has revealed a previously unknown group of people who lived there during the last Ice Age.
The group of people have been named as the Ancient North Siberians and described their existence as a significant part of human history. Researchers said that this population does not appear to be the direct ancestor of Native Americans.
The DNA was recovered from the only human remains discovered from the era, two tiny milk teeth, that were found in a large archaeological site found in Russia near the Yana River. 
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