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Five New Ancient Genomes Tell ­s About Neanderthal Tribes

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Vindija Cave, Croatia

Inside of the Vindija Cave, Croatia.

Credit: M. Hajdinjak

Mezmaiskaya Cave offered shelter to Neanderthals for tens of thousands of years. The cave, located near Russia's border with Georgia, preserved Neanderthal remains so well that researchers have now been able to extract genetic information from two different individuals who lived approximately 20,000 years apart.

From Ars Technica
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