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Ancient Jersey teeth find hints at Neanderthal mixing

Research leader Prof Chris Stringer, from London’s Natural History Museum, said: “Given that modern humans overlapped with Neanderthals in some parts of Europe after 45,000 years ago, the unusual features of these La Cotte individuals suggest that they could have had a dual Neanderthal-modern human ancestry.”

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