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Nature Communications Faux Pas

Posted on the 26 April 2014 by Bjornostman @CarnyEvolution
This article in Nature Communications
Nature Communications faux pas
has this figure showing the phylogenetic relationship between "contemporary human populations and Neanderthals":
Nature Communications faux pas
Basically, the contemporary "out-of-Africa" individual is in a suit and a bowler hat, and the individual of "purely African ancestry" looks like a thug.
How does something like this get published in a prestigious journal nowadays?
HT @JacobPhD

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