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Old 12-29-2010, 01:09 PM   #1
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Default A Wetter Sahara - Implictions for Early Humam Migration

"Fish Swam the Sahara, Bolstering Out of Africa Theory"

"Fish may have once swum across the Sahara, a finding that could shed light on how humanity made its way out of Africa, researchers said.
The cradle of humanity lies south of the Sahara, which begs the question as to how our species made its way past it. The Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world, and would seem a major barrier for any humans striving to migrate off the continent."


For more details, see Fish Swam the Sahara, Bolstering Out of Africa Theory | Nile Valley & 'Out of Africa' Theory, Sahara Desert | LiveScience
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