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Unformatted text preview: at a regular rate. Regional Continuity Regional Continuity , multiregional evolution, or candelabra model traces all modern human origins back to Africa when a generic homo left Africa Genetic Drift of Gene Flow migration and intermarriage led to evolved modern forms but retaining some relatively minor regional traits which would be described as racial characteristics, based on changes in skull morphology , especially Asia and Australia Wolpoff , and Thorne Which model is right? Multiregional places out of Africa at 1.8 mya with Homo Erectus. Changes in skull morphology Replacement places out of Africa at 200,000 100,000 ya with modern Homo Sapiens. Mitochondrial DNA...
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