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They found that Kennewick Man does indeed resemble the Ainu and Polynesians—but that it still fell well within the wide range of variation of Native American skulls.
Although they originally lost in court, the Colville and other local tribes may now be able to reclaim the Ancient One under the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, which gives tribes the chance to bury ancestral skeletons. The saga of the Ancient One has now run “full circle,” says Shane Doyle, a professor of Native American studies at Montana State University, Bozeman, and a member of the Crow tribe, who helped bridge the gap between scientists and Native Americans during the sequencing of the Anzick genome.
When Kennewick Man was first made available to researchers in 2005, several attempts were made to sequence his DNA, without success.