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Potsdam :: Germany | 14 hours ago

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American Museum of Natural History A Neanderthal skeleton, left, compared with a modern human skeleton. Research into the Neanderthral genome offers tantalizing new theories about the modern human brain...When scientists first sequenced the genome of

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London :: United Kingdom | 8 days ago

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Study dismisses claim that Neanderthal children had a difficult and dangerous upbringing Isolated Neanderthal groups had a focus on close internal relationships Evidence suggests Neanderthals would care for sick children for years Children played a

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London :: United Kingdom | 10 days ago

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Neanderthals and modern humans are thought to have co-existed for thousands of years and interbred. These 'legacy' genes have been linked to an increased risk from cancer and diabetes by new studies looking at our evolutionary history. However, it is

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Granada :: Spain | 14 days ago

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Humans (Homo sapiens) are primates of the family Hominidae, and are the only species of the Homo that still exist. Humans are characterised by having a large brain relative to body size, with a particularly well developed neocortex, prefrontal cortex

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Plymouth :: United Kingdom | 14 days ago

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Neanderthals and modern humans are thought to have co-existed for thousands of years and interbred, meaning Europeans now have roughly 2 per cent Neanderthal DNA. These 'legacy' genes have been linked to an increased risk from cancer and diabetes by

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 15 days ago

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Evidence has been piling up for a while that early humans in Europe had children with the Neanderthals who had been living there for probably 500 thousand years before humans arrived. Very few Neanderthal genes are left in humans today, so what

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São Paulo :: Brazil | 21 days ago

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The new discovery challenges the prevailing belief of 20th-century archaeology in the US, known as the Clovis model, that holds that people first arrived in the Americas from Asia about 13,000 years ago. The stone tools were found at Serra da

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China :: Mexico | 24 days ago

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This post's comment feed I think I disagree slightly with your science dude. If we want to know who the first human was (from the available remains anyway) we need to more rigorously define what we mean. It should be the first person with whom a

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Oxford :: United Kingdom | 1 month ago

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Oxford University announced Thursday they have conclusively proven that statues are our species' nearest nonliving relatives. While it was long believed within the scientific community that plush stuffed monkeys were our most closely related non-

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Los Angeles :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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8 March 2014 0 View comments With a patchy family history, author and journalist Sarah Ivens was desperate to know where she came from and what the future held healthwise. The answers, she discovered, were on the tip of her tongue Sarah Ivens today: '

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