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Fonte: repubblica.it

Skull neandertha man

In Siberia e’ stato scoperto un lontano cugino sia di Homo sapiens sia di Homo sapiens neanderthalensis.

La notizia è stata pubblicata su Nature da Johannes Krause del Max Planck Institute.

Altai Map

Di questo ominide sono stati rinvenuti pochissimi frammenti di ossa trovati nel 2008 nelle caverne di Denisova, nelle montagne Altai, nella Siberia meridionale, dai quali sono stati estratti campioni di Dna mitocondriale da cui e’ emerso che l’Homo siberianus e’ vissuto nell’Asia centrale fra 48.000 e 30.000 anni fa .

altai mountains

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