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A whole industry dedicated to hawking DNA tests that provide insight into genetic ancestry has sprung up in the last decade or so. But with the unveiling of the second phase of National Geographic's Genographic Project, the power of what can be revealed by analyzing your spit has been taken to the next level. By submitting a sample of DNA from swabbing the inside of your cheek and having it scanned for genetic markers, you can shed light on the paths that indigenous groups traveled across the world for the past 150,000 years.
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