Neanderthal genome sequenced, shedding new light on our prehistoric cousins




Researchers in Germany have sequenced the genome of a Neanderthal female who lived up to 80,000 years ago. High-quality genome sequencing has only been performed on the remains of two other Neanderthals, they say.

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Neanderthal genome sequenced, shedding new light on our prehistoric cousins Neanderthal genome sequenced, shedding new light on our prehistoric cousins Reviewed by News Nirwana on June 22, 2020 Rating: 5