Study of ancient skulls sheds light on human interbreeding with Neanderthals

Research has established that there are traces of Neandertal DNA in the genome of modern humans. Now an exploratory study that assessed the facial structure of prehistoric skulls is offering new insights, and supports the hypothesis that much of this interbreeding took place in the Near East — the region ranging from North Africa to Iraq.

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