Unbelievable!!! Early Europeans sleep with semi-apes

    Modern man has been documented to have ventured into Europe between 50,000 years ago and 60,000 years ago. The jawbone of an early human that lived in what is present day Romania about 40,000 years ago has been found contain significant amounts of Neanderthal DNA. The DNA analysis was reported in the June 22, 2015, edition of the journal Nature by researchers at the Emil Racovita Institute of Speleology in Romania, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Germany, Harvard Medical School, and the Key Laboratory of Vertebrate Evolution and Human Origins in Beijing, China.

The jawbone was originally discovered in the Oase Cave in southwestern Romania in 2002. New methods of DNA analysis allowed the researchers to determine that an ancestor of this modern human mated with a Neanderthal between four to six generations in the past. The jawbone contains about nine percent Neanderthal DNA. This is the highest level of Neanderthal DNA ever found in a modern human. The majority of people on Earth today that have European ancestry have about two percent Neanderthal DNA.

The discovery shows that modern man and Neanderthals developed relationships quickly after modern man first entered Europe through what is now called the Middle East. No evidence exists that indicates what the nature of the relationship between man and Neanderthals was truly like. The new evidence does show that modern man and Neanderthals were sexual partners for at least 5,000 years after man came to Europe. The jawbone has been designated as belonging to the oldest known modern human in Europe that has been found to date.

Source:- examiner.com

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