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Neanderthal/human interbreeding - the old-earth response
A Full Genome from Denisova, Siberia
Denisovans and the species problem
May 6, 2010:
Last month the discovery of Australopithecus sediba was announced. I'll be updating the site soon to cover that. In the meantime, check out these articles from the Panda's Thumb:
|Smithsonian Intimate Guide to Human Origins An excellent introduction by science writer Carl Zimmer|
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