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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Neanderthals may have interbred with humans

This isn't from Weekly World News; it's from Nature.
"Using projected rates of genetic mutation and data from the fossil record, the researchers suggest that the interbreeding happened about 60,000 years ago in the eastern Mediterranean and, more recently, about 45,000 years ago in eastern Asia. Those two events happened after the first H. sapiens had migrated out of Africa, says Long. His group didn't find evidence of interbreeding in the genomes of the modern African people included in the study."

1 comment:

  1. Things that make you go, "Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.".