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Sharpie7 Sharpie7 51-55, M 14 Answers Jan 9, 2013 in Hobbies

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Sadly some didn't and some males of the species still exist today

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I knew that. (wink to the mirror)

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Yep, our ancestral subspecies both humped each other and ate each other. O.o

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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.

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Very interesting theories...

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!

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Wouldn't that be amazing!

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Yes, I knew that. Their DNA is an important part of our immune system.



How does this, make you a geek?

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I'm not used to other people actually being interested!

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I am interested in many things. My interest are wide and varied.

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Most of my questions have gone unanswered.

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I'll have to keep an eye out for them.

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that's the current theory....which makes it even more of a question...why "people" are dominant genetically

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yes, i knew...

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And that is why no pure evidence of Neanderthal remains on earth today...because he was bred into the line, so to speak.

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Yes, some got more than others.

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lol

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