Europe’s oldest known humans mated with Neandertals surprisingly often
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April 7, 20213 min read, 681 words

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Published: April 7, 2021  |  3 min read, 681 words
When some of the earliest human migrants to Europe encountered Neandertals already living there around 45,000 years ago, hookups flourished.Analyses of DNA found in human fossils from around that time — the oldest known human remains in Europe — suggest that interbreeding between...
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