New dates narrow down when Denisovans and Neandertals crossed paths

The extinct hominids periodically occupied the same Siberian cave starting 200,000 years ago

bone points and animal teeth

DENISOVAN DESIGNS  Bone points and pierced animal teeth dating to around 45,000 years ago from southern Siberia may have been made by enigmatic hominids called Denisovans, researchers say.

K. Douka

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