DNA puts Neandertal relatives in Siberia for 60,000 years

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DENISOVAN ROOTS  DNA from two teeth discovered in Siberia, including this sturdy molar, suggests that Stone Age Neandertal relatives called Denisovans inhabited that region for tens of thousands of years.

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