Migration out of Africa

In archeology, migration out of Africa refers to the migration patterns of humans, over the last 120,000-years, starting in the Rift Valley of Africa, and then one man who went out of Africa, about 51,000-years ago, to populate the earth as we presently know it with humans.

The following is an example of on variant of the migration pattern of humans out of Africa: (Ѻ)
migration 3
The following is an alternative migration out of Africa in kilo-years-ago:

Migration 1

A key point to note here, is that according to DNA tracking, a man named the “Y-chromosome man”, who existed in Africa, about 51,000-years ago, is the last common ancestor to all existive people.

External links
Early human migrations – Wikipedia.

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