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« on: September 10, 2017, 06:52:58 AM »

I just received my dna results yesterday and am very puzzled by the results.
My maternal haplo group is L1b1a. I am dutch as were my parents and ancesters.
I read somewhere that L1 is almost nonexistant in my country. My dna is 66% affiliated to the Norwegian population and 34% regionally affiliated to southern europe.
What can I conclude, that my dna hasn't ''evolved' somehow? That I share the sane dna (from my mothers side) as soutern africans?
Sorry if these questions sound stupid or trivial, but I am a complete novice.
Kind regards,
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