Lots of Neanderthals in our family tree, says new report | Uncommon Descent

Something you probably already suspect: It happened many times:The presence of these chunks, making up 2%, on average, of the genome of anyone with roots in Europe, Asia, Australia or the Americas, pointed to a single period of intermingling – probably 50,000 to 60,000 years ago – not long after H

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