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    Vivian Gadbury

    This is indeed some useful data, but does not paint a complete picture of the regions population diversity or density. Areas not included in the evaluation should include the true coastal location of the Arabian and Indo Continents during the Glacial Periods, where the mean elevation of the Indian Ocean at that time would have been no less than 400 meters lower than at present, and this survey only considers DNA pattern in a speculative way with regard to an unknown shelter location. Also consider that the Australian Aboriginal migration has been shown to have occurred more than 50,000 years in the past, with that combined migration also occurring in this same region. Without hard factual evidence of stuffiest archeological materials, this new DNA only points at possible habitation or refuges at the Lower Glacial Maximums.

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Daryl Worthington

Daryl Worthington

Daryl has a Bachelor’s degree in History from Royal Holloway University of London. He has always had a strong interest in writing, particularly about history, politics, the environment or culture. Originally from London, he currently lives in Riga, Latvia.

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