Ancient Russian’s DNA sheds light on Neanderthal interbreeding

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – DNA extracted from the skeleton of a man who lived in Russia about 37,000 years ago is giving scientists new insights into the genetic history of Europeans including interbreeding that took place with Neanderthals more than 50,000 years ago.

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