Ancient human lineages interbred commonly in Europe, as well as the Middle East.
  • Nature.com
  • Apr 07, 2021

Oldest DNA from a Homo sapiens reveals surprisingly recent Neanderthal ancestry - Nature.com

Credit: Marek Janta Scientists have sequenced the oldest Homo sapiens DNA on record, showing that many of Europes first humans had Neanderthals in their family trees. Yet these individuals are not r… [+4810 chars]

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