March 4, 2024

AndronETalksNews

AndronETalksNews

Remains of three Denisovans and one Neanderthal are uncovered together in a Siberian cave

Daily Mail UK

Remains of three Denisovans and one Neanderthal dating back 200,000 years have been uncovered in a Siberian cave, experts reveal.

The newly-found fossils were uncovered from the famous Denisova Cave in the Altai Mountains, southern Siberia, surrounded by archaeological remains such as stone tools and fossilised food waste.  

Neanderthals were a close human ancestor that lived in Europe and Western Asia from about 400,000 to 40,000 years ago.

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