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This is reconstruction of a girl from 40,000 years ago. She is called Denisovan, close cousin to Neanderthals

This is reconstruction of a girl from years ago. She is called Denisovan, close cousin to Neanderthals. Lived in Southeast Asia; many from the Pacific islands carry her genes.

"45,000-Year-Old Man Was Human-Neanderthal Mix" -- "The man, who lived 45,000 years ago, was definitely related to both humans and Neanderthals, the study published in the journal Nature reports. His DNA showed that the two human groups first mated around 60,000 years ago." -- Nature article: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v514/n7523/full/nature13810.html

Man Was Human-Neanderthal Mix. A Siberian man who was part human and part Neanderthal is shedding light on when Africans first successfully settled in Europe and Asia.and mated with Neanderthals who were already living there.

Meet Wilma, the face of Neanderthal woman revealed for the first time (National Geographic)

Meet "Wilma," the first reconstruction of a Neanderthal created using evidence from fossil anatomy and ancient DNA (for the October 2008 cover story for National Geographic). Click through for the article and more photos.

The Neanderthals or Neandertals are an extinct species of human in the genus Homo, possibly a subspecies of Homo sapiens. They are very closely related to modern humans, differing in DNA by only 0.3%, which however is twice that of the widest DNA gap found among contemporary humans. Old lifelike reconstruction of a Neanderthal man.

I like the thought that up to of my genetic material links me with the Neanderthal people who hunted mammoths, cave bears, rhinoceros and aurochs in Europe and Asia’s distant past.

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Model of a female Homo antecessor of Atapuerca practicing cannibalism (Ibeas Museum, Burgos, Spain). as a prepper i dont worry about food supply since this is what i plan on doing unless mass death is brought about by sickness

Once depicted as brutal, grunting, slouching sub-humans, Neanderthals are now known to have had brains as large as ours and their own distinct culture. They buried their dead, tended their sick and co-existed with our own ancestors in Europe for thousands of years before becoming extinct just as modern humans flourished and began to spread throughout the continent. This list looks at ten of the most persistent myths about Homo neanderthalensis.

Science or myth The term caveman, sometimes used colloquially to refer to Neanderthal people, originates out of assumptions about the association between early humans and caves, most clearly demonstrated in cave painting or bench models.