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Its been recognized for time which our contemporary human ancestors interbred with other very early hominin teams just like the Neanderthals. However it turns out they certainly were a lot more promiscuous than we thought.
New DNA studies have unexpectedly revealed that contemporary people (Homo sapiens) mixed, mingled and mated with another archaic individual species, the Denisovans, perhaps maybe not when but twicein two different parts of the world that is ancient.
All we all know in regards to the mysterious Denisovans comes from a solitary collection of peoples fossils discovered in a cave into the Altai Mountains of Siberia. In 2008, researchers first discovered a bone from a pinky hand in the cave, and concluded it belonged to a formerly unknown ancient hominin whom lived between 30,000 and 50,000 years back. Continue reading