Scientists hope to discover what led to a genetic shift in Europe some 4,500 years ago. Researchers at the University of Adelaide Australian Center for Ancient DNA say skeletons found in central Europe show that genetic markers changed rapidly, perhaps as a result of an influx of people from the Iberian Peninsula around 2800 B.C. The so-called Bell Beaker culture was believed to be responsible for the construction of Stonehenge.

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