Two Germans share the longest proven family tree in the world.
The men, Manfred Huchthausen, a 58-year-old teacher, and Uwe Lange, a 48-year-old surveyor, had known each other from living in the same village, about half a mile apart from each other.
But they never knew they were related through a 3,000-year-old shared ancestor.
They only recently found out they are both true descendants of Bronze Age cave-dwellers who lived in the area three millenniums ago.
Thanks to a DNA...Full Story