Podcast Episode 10 | Back to Africa

Human Family Tree
Our Family Tree - Image taken at Natural History Museum London by 360onhistory.com
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In this podcast we discuss the History of our African Ancestors, how they all interbred & the diversity present in the African continent today.

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Music: Moonrise by Chad Crouch – Instrumental from Free Music Archive.

Title image: Family Tree by 360onhistory.com. Featured images: Wikemedia Commons (Public Domain) and 360onhistory.com

I am a Chartered Environmentalist from the Royal Society for the Environment, UK and co-owner of DoLocal Digital Marketing Agency Ltd, with a Master of Environmental Management from Yale University, an MBA in Finance, and a Bachelor of Science in Physics and Mathematics. I am passionate about science, history and environment and love to create content on these topics.

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