Neanderthals were outnumbered by the first modern humans
Geplaatst op 29 juli 2011 - 15:33
Between 35,000 and 45,000 years ago, Neanderthals in Europe and Asia were replaced by the first modern humans. Why and how this transition occurred remains somewhat controversial. New research from the journal Science suggests that sheer numbers may have played a large role in modern humans' eventual takeover; archeological data shows that early populations of modern humans may have outnumbered Neanderthals by more than 9 to 1
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