Modern humans and neanderthals

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and Modern neanderthals humans

and Modern neanderthals humans

and Modern neanderthals humans

Homo erectus Denisovan Homo floresiensis Homo naledi Homo sapiens. Then around 70, years ago, when modern humans emerged from Africa, we encountered the Neanderthals, most probably in the Middle East. Anthropologist Pat Shipman, of Pennsylvania State University, suggested that domestication of the dog could have Modern humans and neanderthals a role in Neanderthals' extinction. Although the narratives of human evolution are often contentious, DNA evidence shows that human evolution should not be seen as Modern humans and neanderthals simple linear or branched progression, but a mix of related species.

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