Genome Of Ancient Denisovans May Help Clarify Human Evolution

Denisovans

New technology enabled scientists to obtain a high-precision genetic sequencing of the extinct Denisovan people, a relative of humans.Our ancestors didn't walk alone: Neanderthals and other ancient peoples shared Earth with them tens of thousands of years ago.

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