A humid corridor across the Sahara for the migration of early modern humans out of Africa 120,000 years ago
It is widely accepted that modern humans originated in sub-Saharan Africa ≈150-200 thousand years ago (ka), but their route of dispersal across the currently hyperarid Sahara remains controversial. Given that the first modern humans north of the Sahara
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