A new study shows that over 109 million East Africans are Asian and European DNA.
This study showed that at least 25% of East African people are closely linked to these two continents.
The African exponent that this study is based on the first 4 500 year old Mota human skull DNA sequence. It is reported that this skull is in the Ethiopian Cave.
According to the report, "East Africans today have as much as 25 percent of the Eurasian homeland from this event. "
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This event is a major migration from Western Eurasia to East African countries 3,000 years ago. At the time, these immigrants account for about one third of all people in the African region.
As a result of this study, it is considered that the United Nations has at least 109 million Africans out of the total population of the region – 437,690,591, which includes both Asian and European DNA.
In response to the report, Dr Andrea Manica senior author of the study, no Cambridge University said: "Roughly speaking, the Western-Israeli wave of migration back to the Horn of Africa could be as high as 30 percent of the people who have lived there – and this, in my opinion, is a blow to the mind."
He added, "With the ancient genome we have a direct window far away. "
The results of this study have been published Journal science.