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One question seemed to hang in the air more than any other when scientists first turned the powerful techniques of modern genetics on the fragile and damaged remains of ancient humans: did we or didn't we? Have sex with them, that is. The answer came after years of painstaking work, when material extracted from the leg of a Neanderthal and the fingerbone of a Denisovanan apparent sister species, yielded readable DNA.

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We tend to think of the human-like people before us, like the Neanderthals, as part of our biological history that's so far removed that it has little bearing on our current lives. After all, you don't get to meet Neanderthals in the street. Or do you?

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EARLY humans had rampant sex with Neanderthals and other primitive cousins in a world of debauchery, a new study has claimed. And Artificial Intelligence analysis showed that East Asians have up to 20 per cent more Neanderthal DNA than their European counterparts, meaning they interbred the most. Dr Joshua Schraiber, a co-author of the study, said: "I do think there was probably much more interbreeding than we initially suspected.

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The GLP is committed to full transparency. Download and review our Annual Report. Two skulls from Gibraltar were among the first Neanderthal remains ever found, and have since become some of the best-studied human fossils in the world. Despite their fame, there are many remaining uncertainties about the two partial skulls, including their geological age and their relationship to other European Neanderthals.

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Neanderthals remain one of the great mysteries of human evolution. Scientists have uncovered proof that humans and Neanderthals likely mated with each other, and we're still feeling the effects of that crossbreeding today. It's the highest concentration of Neanderthal DNA ever found in a human.

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Geneticists have found that the individual had between 8 per cent and 11 per cent of its genome derived from Neanderthals — which is far more than any other modern human skeleton sequenced so far. In the past decade, the analysis of ancient DNA from fossil skeletons of anatomically modern humans has revealed a startling fact: some of our direct ancestors had sex with Neanderthals, producing fertile offspring. Prior to these genetic revelations, anthropological researchers were divided between those who firmly believed that such unions either did not occur, or that they could not have yielded sexually fertile offspring, because the differences between early modern humans and Neanderthal genomes would have been too great.

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Everything we know about Neanderthals suggests they were an ugly, brutal race with limited intelligence. Researchers from the University of Washington, led by biostatistician Sharon R. Browning, found that homo sapiens had relations with not just Neanderthals but also a third human-like primate race known as the Denisovans. Neanderthals split with homo sapiens aroundyears ago.

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A Neanderthal woman from Siberia with human DNA may suggest we should no longer consider Neanderthals separate from the human race. Remains of a Neanderthal woman who lived aroundyears ago in the Altai Mountains of Siberia reveal that human and Neanderthals mated much earlier than previously thought. One or more of her relatives were actually humans, a new study shows.

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In the Altai mountains of southern Siberia, there's a cave that was inhabited for millennia. It's called Denisova, and it shelters something remarkable: the bones of different types of ancient human relatives. Back inresearchers analyzed a fossilized pinky finger bone found in the cave, and discovered a whole new branch of the human family tree.

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