Monday, April 30, 2018

The Human Family

The average UK adult has more than 16,895 eighth cousins living relatives, with most completely unknown to them, a study suggests.

The company said: “Based on this, if you went to see a football match at the 90,000-capacity Wembley Stadium, you’d potentially be sat in a crowd containing two long-lost cousins.”

 People in Scotland have the most living connections, typically with an average of 21,000 cousins, followed by residents of the North West, with more than 20,000.

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