How did cavemen go extinct?

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How do you tell if you’re a Neanderthal?

Cranial

What race are Neanderthals?

Neanderthals are hominids in the genus Homo, humans, and generally classified as a distinct species, H. neanderthalensis, although sometimes as a subspecies of modern human as H. sapiens neanderthalensis.

Which race has most Neanderthal DNA?

Vernot and Akey (2015) concluded the greater quantity of Neanderthal-specific DNA in the genomes of individuals of East Asian descent (compared with those of European descent) cannot be explained by differences in selection.

Why did the Neanderthal die out?

Neanderthals lived in Europe and Asia for hundreds of thousands of years. However, their population was always small, probably just a few thousand, and they died out about 40,000 years ago.

Can you die from eating dirt?

Parasites, bacteria, and heavy metals Eating dirt can expose you to parasites, bacteria, and toxic heavy metals. Dirt that contains a lot of potassium could lead to high blood potassium, increasing your risk for cardiac arrhythmia or cardiac arrest.

Did Homosapien Kill Neanderthals?

Although we know that Neanderthals died out 40,000 years, until now no one really knew for sure why it happened. Some say they were killed by pathogens carried by their neighbouring Homo sapiens. Since 2014, scientists have been developing a strong case that Neanderthals tended to conceive with their close relatives.

How did cavemen go extinct?

extinction by interbreeding with early modern human populations. natural catastrophes. failure or inability to adapt to climate change.

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