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The classic thigh garter is enjoying a revival---in ink, that is! Undoubtedly one of the sexiest places a girl can get a tattoo, a thigh tattoo is as easily hidden as it is shown off on a whim. View a range of garter tattoos for girls, from simple.

The Ainu people of Japan is notable for possessing almost exclusively Haplogroup D chromosomes In human genetics, Haplogroup D (M174) is a Y-chromosome haplogroup.D is believed to have originated in Africa some 50,000 years before present.It is found today at high frequency among populations in Tibet, the Japanese archipelago, and the Andaman Islands, though curiously not in India. http://realhistoryww.com/world_history/ancient/China_2.htm

Burakumin is a Japanese word referring to a minority social group from two ancient Japanese feudal communities, the "Eta" and Hinin The Burakumin are one of the largest minorities in Japan, the Ainu of Hokkaido and residents of Korean and Chinese

The Hemshin peoples (Armenian: Համշէնցիներ Hamshentsiner; Turkish: Hemşinliler), are a diverse group of peoples who in the past or present have been affiliated with the Hemşin district in the province of Rize, Turkey. It is generally accepted that they were Armenian in origin but over the centuries evolved into a distinct ethnic group and converted to Sunni Islam after the conquest of the Ottomans of the region during the second half of the 15th century.

Armenian Hamshen girl, Hamshen Armenians were brought up as Muslims prior to the genocide, however their numbers increased after further Turkish persecution during the genocide, they speak a distinct dialect, which constitutes about Armenian with Turkish

Surprise! 20 Percent of Neanderthal Genome Lives On in Modern Humans, Scientists Find—Two new studies suggest that the contribution from Neanderthal DNA was vital

Neanderthal Genes Hold Surprises for Modern Humans - 20 Percent of Neanderthal genome lives on in modern humans. Two new studies suggest that the contribution from Neanderthal DNA was vital.

Introduction to Human Gene modification. The first rat with a human body part (ear) grown on it.

The Vacanti mouse was a laboratory mouse that had what looked like a human ear grown on its back. The “ear” was actually an ear-shaped cartilage structure grown by seeding cow cartilage cells into a biodegradable ear-shaped mold.