New Evidence Suggests Humans Used To Live In Ancient Egypt

By Donnell McRobotface

NEW YORK—In a startling revelation that sheds new light on the origins of humanity, archaeologists from the University of Southern California announced Tuesday that they have discovered new evidence that suggests humans first migrated from Africa around 11,000 years ago. “Our new evidence suggests that, at the very least, we’re talking about a person who lived in the Middle East before settling in the Indian Ocean,” said professor Dr. Eric Pascoe, adding that further research was needed to be sure that the evidence was reliable, but that the DNA found in the DNA of modern-day Africans matched those of ancient Africans closely enough. “We’re not ruling out the possibility that some kind of homogeneous group, such as early Homo sapiens, may have begun migrating to the Americas roughly 12,000 years ago.” The archaeologists added that further research was needed to be sure that Africans, Native Americans, and other races did not all arrive at the same place.

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