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People Swap Genes More Readily Than They Do Folk Tales
"A new study of how it changed shows that people who came from different language groups - or who lived a few hundred kilometres apart - were more likely to have children with each other than to exchange their version of the story." New Scientist 02/06/13
Posted February 7, 2013 12:51 AM




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