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Neanderthal genome may hold clues to human survival
By Susan Lunn, CBC News
Svante Paabo holds a reconstructed skull of a Neanderthal. Paabo, a Swedish geneticist at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, is nearly finished mapping the DNA of the Neanderthal - DNA which exists in small amounts in modern humans. (Frank Vinken/Max Planck Gesellschaft)…
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