The Neanderthal Lives on in Many Humans

The Neanderthal, the barrel-chested brute and beastly evolutionary outcast thought to be extinct for 30,000 years, actually may still have some remnants living in surprising places -- Europe and Asia. Scientists in a new study claim they have picked up the trail of that hairy historic reject. New evidence suggests that some humans may have inherited up to 4 percent of our DNA from Neanderthals. The study, publish in the journal Science, is based on painstaking research into three Neanderthal...Full Story
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