According to a report, scientists have uncovered an unknown chapter of human history. The DNA evidence from the ancient bones and teeth, who lived in Europe have shown the major shift of population near the end of the last Ice Age around 14,500 years ago during a period of severe instability.
The researchers recollected all the pieces that were missing by reconstructing the genomes of 35 hunter- gatherer individuals, who lived in Italy, Belgium, France and Romania.
What is remarkable in the research is the discovery of M haplogroup that is currently absent in Europeans but is extremely common in modern Asia.
The next step of the scientists would be to construct a more comprehensive picture of the past by analyzing the complete genomes of these ancient individuals aling with the additional specimens.