Neandertals, Modern Humans May Have Interbred, Skull Study Suggests

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: January 16, 2007   View Article

Modern humans continued to evolve after they reached Europe 40,000 years ago and may have interbred with Neandertals, according to new research.

The findings are based on an analysis of the oldest modern human skull yet found in Europe.

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