People in India mostly related to Genghis Khan?
- StanleyLv 711 months agoFavorite Answer
I wouldn't put a bet on to say they're not. There is so much interbreeding going on, quite frankly its scary, no! Its terrifing. In dear old Blighty today 65% of the immigrant families are married to a first cousin. Why do you think that comunity families living in dear old Blighty today are 15 times more likely than the general population to have children with recessive genetic disorders? AND NO ONE IN POWER DOES ANYTHING ABOUT IT, why? I think that's pretty obvious even to a blind man. ;-(
- Free AdviceLv 611 months ago
Juan Hung lo is what I thought
- ObserverLv 711 months ago
Doubtful he was a Mongol
- ZirpLv 711 months ago
No (except in the sense that all humans are related) , but a lot in Mongolia are
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- Anonymous11 months ago
That would imply that they are mostly related to each other.
Do you think that it is true?
- ?Lv 711 months ago
He never really got much further south than Tibet, he certainly never crossed over into india.
- Weasel McWeaselLv 711 months ago
sincerely doubt that.