Ancient DNA reveals who is in Spain’s ‘pit of bones’ cave

Finding points to Neandertals living in Europe 430,000 years ago

Neandertals

NEANDERTALS ARE US  Newly recovered DNA suggests that hominid fossils previously found in a Spanish cave come from Neandertals who lived around 430,000 years ago.

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