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NewsScience  Friday 01 May 2009  


The San people ‘The bushmen’ hunter-gatherers of southern Africa, could be the oldest people on Earth according to a detailed analysis of their DNA are directly descended from the original population of early Human ancestors who populated the world. A study of 121 distinct populations of modern-day Africans found they all descended from 14 ancestral populations with close similarities in their genes and their language.  DNA from over 3,000 Africans found the San were among the most genetically diverse group, who have lived there for thousands of years — Indicating that they are probably the oldest continuous population of humans on the continent – and on Earth.

The ten-year study collected blood samples from every remote area showing they are likely to be the oldest population of humans on Earth, according to the biggest and most detailed analysis of African DNA. The San, also known as bushmen, are directly descended from the original population of early human ancestors who gave rise to all other groups of Africans and, eventually, to the people who left the continent to populate other parts of the world.

 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_people   or   San people – Wikipedia

Various Y chromosome studies show that the San carry some of the most divergent (oldest) human Y-chromosome haplogroups. These haplogroups are specific sub-groups of haplogroups A and B, the two earliest branches on the human Y-chromosome tree.

Mitochondrial DNA studies also provide evidence that the San carry high frequencies of the earliest haplogroup branches in the human mitochondrial DNA tree. This DNA is inherited only from one’s mother. The most divergent (oldest) mitochondrial haplogroup, L0d, has been identified at its highest frequencies in the southern African San groups.

In a study published in March 2011, Brenna Henn and colleagues found that the Khomani San, as well as the Sandawe and Hadza peoples of Tanzania, were the most genetically diverse of any living humans studied. This high degree of genetic diversity hints at the origin of anatomically modern humans.

A 2008 study suggested that the San may have been isolated from other original ancestral groups for as much as 50,000 to 100,000 years and later re-joined, re-integrating into the rest of the human gene pool.[58]

A DNA study of fully sequenced genomes, published in September 2016, showed that the ancestors of today’s San hunter-gatherers began to diverge from other human populations in Africa about 200,000 years ago and were fully isolated by 100,000 years ago. This time frame possibly ties in with the population of Africa being migrants from Eurasia who had settled Africa, then migrated out at 200,000 years ago, leaving a few San people behind with more Asian than African appearance?

Scientists also found genetic markers in the DNA of modern East Africans living along the Red Sea, belonging to the same ancestral group who populated Asia. They are obviously far older than the Indian Aboriginals of Australia — Except we do not know the ages of the endocast skull people from Australia, who at this point appear older than any other know race.

And before were Hominids on the path to modern Homo erectus to Homo sapiens and the many other lineages that died from climatic and celestial factors, science has now identified ancient humanity was almost wiped out about 900,000 years ago when the global population dwindled to around 1,280 reproducing individuals. Ancient endocast skulls appear to have been buried further back in time, the process to turn a skull in to a stone endocast below the ground takes far longer.