New radiocarbon dating suggests that Neanderthals may not have lived alongside Homo sapiens in southern Europe as thought - let alone interbred with us.
Bigfoot is not only real, it's the product of breeding between human females and an unknown hominid, and should be given human rights - if a Texas DNA researcher is to be believed.
Humans last interbred with Neanderthals well after they spread out of Africa, a genetic analysis has shown.
By sequencing the genome of an ancient human with unparalleled accuracy, scientists have for the first time revealed the relationship between her species and our own.
In 2010, Svante Pääbo of the Max Planck
Just as we were all getting used to being part-Neanderthal, Cambridge University scientists say we might not be, after all.
A mysterious sister species to Neanderthals once roamed Africa, interbreeding with human ancestors.
Genes from non-human hominids are more common in present-day humans than thought, a new genetic analysis shows.
Our ancient human ancestors interbred with other early hominids as well as Neanderthals, new research indicates.
New genetic research appears to confirm that the ancestors of modern non-Africans interbred with Neanderthals.
Scientists have sequenced the complete Neanderthal genome, and discovered that modern humans are as much as two percent Neanderthal ourselves, thanks to comparatively recent interbreeding.