Out-of-Africa Hypothesis | definition of Out-of-Africa Hypothesis by Medical dictionary
The widely-held—confirmed in 2007—theory that ancestors of modern humans can be traced to a single population that lived in Africa about 200,000 years ago
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307), "the data are more supportive of the out-of-Africa hypothesis
of human evolution," Serre says.