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Goodbye Eve. New light on Human Origins in Africa

So good bye to a single African Eve. Chris Singer and a host of other authors in their article:  Did Our Species Evolve in Subdivided Populations across Africa, and Why Does It Matter? suggest that Homo Sapiens developed all over African in multiple communities, not in a single region.  See the paper here: Authors: Eleanor M.L. Scerri Correspondence information about the author Eleanor M.L. Scerri Email the author Eleanor M.L. Scerri , Mark G. Thomas , Andrea Manica , Philipp Gunz , Jay T. Stock , Chris Stringer , Matt Grove , Huw S. Groucutt , Axel Timmermann , G. Philip Rightmire , Francesco d’Errico , Christian A. Tryon , Nick A. Drake , Alison S. Brooks , Robin W. Dennell , Richard Durbin , Brenna M. Henn , Julia Lee-Thorp , Peter deMenocal , Michael D. Petraglia , Jessica C. Thompson , Aylwyn Scally , Lounès Chikhi