Europeans with most East Asian Admixture

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  1. North Asian

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    AKarlin Generalissimo Staff Member

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    Strange, or at least very undetailed, map.

    Surely it would be the Kalmyks?

    Of the non-tiny European ethnicities, I would have guessed that Finns and maybe Hungarians are closest (though of course far closer to Europeans than Asians).
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    i think they only counted european folks like russians and tatars
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    I looked briefly at his site. I could find this, so I don't know what markers he was using - Y DNA I guess. Turkic warriors establishing themselves in Anatolia. I would have expected to see a high point in Hungary. How is the study so fine grained that it can exclude Georgians and PART of Israel? These are the Volga Bulgars rather than the Mongols.

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