Inbreeding may have helped cause Neanderthals to go extinct, study says

Ashley Strickland of CNN

Neanderthals went extinct around 40,000 years ago — about the same time that modern humans migrated out of Africa. This has led researchers to believe that modern humans won the competition for resources, leading to the demise of Neanderthals.

But a new study proposes that modern humans had nothing to do with it.


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