Neanderthals Were Adapted To Spending Time Underwater

Neanderthals were a species of archaic humans who are now extinct. They lived in the Eurasia region from 400,000 to 40,000 years ago. The Neanderthals were hunters; therefore, they created stone tools... Read more »

Ancient DNA Study Revealed That Neanderthals Bred With Other Ancient Human Species

A recent study exposes a new version of the Neanderthal’s past. Researchers think that while some European Neanderthals arrived in Siberia and inhabited the territory, others mixed with an unknown, archaic human... Read more »

Ancient DNA From Neanderthals And Another Unknown Ancestor Still Lives Inside The Human Genome

Recent gene rearrangement is quite familiar with each new generation. However, the mysteries are brought on with the study of the darker parts of the human genome. Scientists who are studying human... Read more »

What Do Humans and Neanderthals Have in Common? A Mysterious Ancestor that Links the Evolution of Both

An analysis of 1.000 teeth from humans and our close relatives is revealing that Modern Humans and Neanderthals diverged around 800.000 years ago. A previous estimation was made some time ago, and... Read more »

Neanderthals and Woolly Mammoths Had Common DNA Traits

A new study suggests that Neanderthals and woolly mammoths shared some DNA traits. The massive elephant ancestors reigned in the northern Eurasia peninsula more than 600,000 years ago. The Neanderthals appeared 400,000... Read more »

Neanderthals Ancient Humans Were The First To Eat Fast Food

We all know that ancient humans had a diet based on fishing and hunting. As we can imagine, getting something to eat was quite a challenge for them. However, the meal adventure... Read more »

Neanderthals Made Humans Resistant Against Flu, Hepatitis

Researchers at the Universities of Arizona and Stanford published a study in the journal Cell, according to which the breeding of early humans with Neanderthals resulted in creating offspring resistant to dangerous... Read more »

Climate Change Caused The Neanderthals Extinction and The Rise of the Modern Humans

According to a recent study carried out by a team of scientists from the University of Cologne in Germany, the succession of dry and cold phases during the last European ice-age caused the Neanderthals... Read more »

Neanderthals Became Extinct Because of the Cold Climate

In a world where climate change is an overused term, usually designated to all things to go wrong on our planet, let’s go back almost 40,000 years ago and see how freezing... Read more »

Ancient Human DNA Revealed Coupling Between Neanderthal And Denisovan Species

Fragments of ancient human DNA sampled from a 50,000-year-old finger bone helped researchers discover a new chapter in the human evolution saga. The genetic material revealed coupling between Neanderthal and Denisovan species, that being... Read more »