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First people on Vanuatu and Tonga from Taiwan

The populations’ genetic pre-history revealed.

A skull and its placed in a Lapita vessel found in an approximately 3,000-year-old secondary burial at the funerary site in the Pacific Island nation of Vanuatu was the source of one of the ancient DNA samples that settled once and for all the origins of the first people on the island. Credit: ANU
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