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    Your basic "caveman-human sex" tale o' the weekend

    Mysterious 'Denisovan' cavemen had sex with humans from Borneo to the Philippines
    Present-day New Guineans carry a trace of ancient history in their DNA - their genetic grandparents included Denisovans, a 'third species' of early man other than humans and Neanderthals, who walked on two legs and appeared just as man was developing the ability to use tools.
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    The human 'family tree' is far more complex than first thought - and Denisovan DNA, first found in a child's finger bone in a cave in Siberia last year, is a crucial 'key' to unravelling prehistory.

    Contrary to previous ideas of prehistory, where humans fought with, and stayed separate from our ancestors, interbreeding seems to have been common since early humans left Africa in two groups between 300,000 and 400,000 years ago - one group forming Neanderthals.
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    the rest at Daily Mail link above

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    Wink

    Quote Originally Posted by wfgodot View Post
    lol the visuals are just stunning!
    George Eliot: "We constantly ask for God's mercy while showing none ourselves..."

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    A comment from one of the readers had me

    He asked if they got permission from his neighbour to post the picture of him?
    Justice for Holly Bobo🎀

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    Does this mean we may all be related? That's a heck of a lot of sex...err DNA.

    Justice for Holly Bobo🎀



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