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1. Scientists who argue that modern humans evolved from a single population believe that humans came from the continent of A. Africa. B. South America. C. Europe. D. Asia.
Scientists who argue that modern humans evolved from a single population believe that humans came from the continent of: Africa.
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Scientists who argue that modern humans evolved from a single population believe that humans came from the continent of: Africa.
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