Paleo-rivers may have supported trans-Sahara migration

Summit County Citizens Voice

Study sheds new light on ancestral human movement patterns leading to colonization of the Mediterranean region

By Summit Voice

FRISCO — Scientists have long speculated that humans migrated across the Sahara region of Africa to populate the Mediterranean region, but the exact movement corridor has remained a mystery.

A new study, led by researchers with the University of Hull, shows there may have been three ancient river systems that created a viable route about 100,000 years ago.

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