Researchers analyzed the genomes of 356 prehistoric hunter-gatherers.
Researchers explored DNA from a female and male who both lived more than 13,500 years ago.
The grass grows on the coasts of Europe, North America, East Asia and Oceania but its broad geographical range could narrow as the world warms.
A series of sudden global chills killed off competitors, enabling the legendary reptiles to take over.
The study suggests that domestication happened in the east.
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It even has signs of repairs, so it was clearly well-used by the skier.