British scientists are collecting DNA from people in France to find descendants of the Vikings, sailors and pirates who set sail to invade Europe in the 9th and 10th centuries.
British scientists on June 15 began collecting DNA from people in the Cotentin peninsula, Normandy region, northern France, in order to find descendants of the Vikings.
The Vikings sailed very well
The Viking pirates set sail across Europe, to the custom baseball uniforms Mediterranean, North Africa, the Middle East, ... plunder, invade and settle in the captured land. In addition, they were explorers, merchants, warriors, and pirates formerly living on the Scandinavian peninsula, in present-day Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.
About 100 volunteers on the Cotentin Peninsula provided DNA samples to Leicester University