Sadly some didn't and some males of the species still exist today
I knew that. (wink to the mirror)
Yep, our ancestral subspecies both humped each other and ate each other. O.o
That is possible, Neanderthal and Cro-Magnon perhaps having interbred, and Neanderthal slowing dieing out. Cro-Magnon then interbred with the more modern Homo sapien-sapiens. Genetic evidence published in 2010 suggests they contributed DNA to anatomically modern humans.
Very interesting theories...<br />
I'm waiting for a Neanderthal to be found frozen in the tundra ice, like the Woolly Mammoths...I'll bet someday they will find one!
that's the current theory....which makes it even more of a question...why "people" are dominant genetically
And that is why no pure evidence of Neanderthal remains on earth today...because he was bred into the line, so to speak.
Yes, some got more than others.