Somalis' Specific Mtdna clades

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  1. Alexis

    Alexis Haplogroup T activist.

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    Hi y'all.

    Is it possible for all the somalis that have done 23andme tests to post their 23andme assigned Mtdna results as well as processing their raw data into https://dna.jameslick.com/mthap/ (which does not even take 4m) to see what their sub-clades might be.
    I am particularly interested in the R0a somalis.

    (You can try to find your clade on https://www.yfull.com/mtree/, which is cool)

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    Calaf Former Account of Ex-Member Calaf

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    Alexis Haplogroup T activist.

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    No no, all the links are ok. You just have to read carefully to see it is not broken !
     
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    Most Somalis have R0a2 when they have R0a.

    But there really aren't much Somali-specific mtDNAs (only perhaps really new ones that are under 2,000 years old). The older subclades are shared with neighboring East African countries (even the R/N etc ones).
     
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