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Pictured is one of Brazi's Surui indigenous people. The latest genetic analyses back up skeletal studies suggesting that some groups of indigenous peoples in the Amazon in Brazil share a common ancestor with indigenous Australians and New Guineans. The find also hints that there were not one but two groups who migrated across these continents to give rise to the first "Native Americans."
Contributed by Sam Feldstone