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Why take a DNA test? Video tutorial

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Christa Cowan of Ancestry explores the different reasons for taking a DNA test for family history.

She also looks at why your DNA won’t match everyone you’re related to. Her advice also includes information on how to understand your Ancestry DNA match list and what shared centimorgans actually mean in practice.

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