What Made Humans Better Than Neanderthals? Not Mutation, Say Scientists

Our genomes are 99% identical. It's a question of how evolution turned our genes on and off, notably genes relating to brain.

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By now it's clear: modern man had intercourse with other species of humans, including – at the very least – Neanderthals and Denisovans, who had lived in Eurasia. Yet only homo sapiens survived. The reasons...