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Excavation In Siberia Reveals Fourth Fossil Clue To Mysterious Ancient Denisovan Humans

Three becomes four. The extraordinarily sparse fossil record of the Denisovans – an ancient form of human – has gained one more specimen: a tiny, worn tooth belonging to a young girl. It adds to evidence that the Denisovan population in what is now Siberia remained small for tens of thousands of years. The Denisovans are perhaps the most mysterious … Continue reading

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Neanderthals Found to Have Had Complex Vegetarian Diets, Aussie Research Finds

Neanderthals have been revealed to have had varied and sometimes vegetarian diets, while some also used plant-based medicines to treat illnesses, according to Australian-led research on Thursday. Often thought of by many as simple “cave men” with only weak links to modern humans, Laura Weyrich from the Australian Centre for Ancient DNA has said analysis of Neanderthal dental plaque has … Continue reading

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The Missing Link: Evidence of Human and Neanderthal Hybrid Found in China

A Chinese-American team of scientists has discovered two partial skulls in central China that appear to be half human, half Neanderthal. The skulls have caused speculation that they belong to a previously-unknown relative of homo sapiens. The skulls are between 105,000-125,000 years old, and were found in Lingjing, Xuchang County, in Henan province, by researchers from both the Chinese Academy … Continue reading

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Caveman DNA ‘Inherited by Inuit People Help them Survive the Arctic cold’

INUIT people living in Greenland may have inherited caveman genes that helped an extinct type of human survive the last Ice Age. New evidence suggests the Inuits are protected against the Arctic cold by DNA from Denisovans, a human sub-species that populated Siberia about 40,000 years ago. The discovery is a further indication of interbreeding long ago between the ancestors … Continue reading

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We Caught Modern Genital Warts Because our Ancestors Were Banging Neanderthals

Researchers have found evidence that modern genital warts – otherwise known as the human papillomavirus (HPV) – were sexually transmitted to Homo sapiensafter our ancestors slept with Neanderthals and Denisovans roughly around 100,000 years ago. This sexual exchange likely occurred soon after our human ancestors left Africa and spread to Eurasia, which explains why modern-day sub-Saharan Africa is mostly HPV-free, … Continue reading

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The Story of Zana the Mysterious Russian Neanderthal Found in 1850

The Discovery of Zana The year is 1850. The place is the Ochamchir region of Georgia in Russia. A group of local hunters are prowling through the forests in search of whatever they can find – What they DO eventually find, shakes their beliefs to their foundations and leaves the world with an enigma that has yet to be explained. … Continue reading

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