Neanderthal DNA suggests a small population and no interbreeding with homo sapiens

Recent DNa extraction from a neaderthal skeleton suggests their DNA is outside of the range of normal Homo Sapien variation and are therefore not likely to have breed with our ancestors. Also the DNA suggests a small population of perhaps 10,000 making them a high risk for extinction.

They also had no waist!

The Neanderthal murder mystery - Science, News - The Independent


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