An Evolutionary Whodunit: How Did Humans Develop Lactose Tolerance?

Posted on the December 28th, 2012 under Business News by admin

Thousands of years ago, ancient farmers gained the ability to consume milk as adults without getting an upset stomach. A remarkable mutation let some of them digest lactose sugar. But scientists still puzzle over why that mutation persisted and became prevalent in modern humans.

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