A skull found in a cave in Romania includes features of both modern humans and Neanderthals, possibly suggesting that the two may have interbred thousands of years ago.
…The skull bearing both older and modern characteristics…was found in Pestera cu Oase – the Cave with Bones – in southwestern Romania, along with other human remains. Radiocarbon dating indicates it is at least 35,000 years old and may be more than 40,000 years old.
We may be getting even closer to learning the truth behind our oldest ancestors. 😉
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