Bringing Back The Wooly Mammoth

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And then the Neanderthal?

Extinct Woolly Mammoth Genes Spliced Into Living Cells - Archaeology Magazine

I'm fairly convinced that some among us have more Neanderthal genes than sapien.

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Ahso!;1476668 wrote: And then the Neanderthal?

Extinct Woolly Mammoth Genes Spliced Into Living Cells - Archaeology Magazine

I'm fairly convinced that some among us have more Neanderthal genes than sapien.




I'm not entirely convinced that Cousin neanderthaler was the lesser of the two.
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They were smart enough to breed with the sapien. Their genes are still here.
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We Sapiens assume we were the smarter of the two, and since we are the only ones here, of course, who is gonna argue.

History is always written by the victors.

On the other hand, the perceived life of the Neanderthal was one of wandering about, hunting and fishing, while the women minded the kids and kept the camp clean.

No traffic, no rush hour, no pollution, no jails, no crime, no war.

And we think we are the smart ones.
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