Scientists: Ancient Greenlander was going bald

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Geneticists have managed to sequence the entire genome of one of the Saqqaq people, a group who lived in Greenland about 5,500 years ago. The man, dubbed Inuk by researchers, had a hairline that was in rapid retreat. In other, more scientifically useful news, he was also more closely related to modern inhabitants of Siberia than to present-day Native Americans or Inuit. Read more...

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