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13 June 2011

Human evolution slower

Humans may be evolving a third as slowly as commonly thought, according to an investigation into genetic changes in two generations of families.

Humans may be evolving a third as slowly as commonly thought, according to an investigation into genetic changes in two generations of families.

But the new study says that far fewer changes occur. Each parent hands on 30 on average.

 
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