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Recent genetic studies have shown that Neanderthal DNA spanning at least 20% of their ancient genome survives in modern humans of non-African ancestry. If you are of European or Asian heritage, then around 2-4% of your genome originated from Neanderthals.
This legacy was picked up from 60 – 80,000 years ago, when successive waves of modern humans began migrating from Africa into Asia and Europe, encountering and interbreeding with their Neanderthal cousins who had evolved there from around 250,000 years ago.
Their hybrid children bore genes from both lineages, but eventually modern human genes diluted Neanderthal genes to the extent that the species seemed to disappear from the archaeological record around 30,000 years ago.
Those Neanderthal genetic mutations which were not beneficial to modern humans were partially swept out by natural selection over time. The remnants are alive in the genomes of Europeans and Asians today. If you exhibit any of the following traits, they may just be an echo of your inner Neanderthal:

[SIZE=7]Occipital bun[/SIZE]
The occipital bun was a knot of rounded bone at the back of the Neanderthal skull and may have been an adaptation for the attachment of their massive neck and jaw muscles. Vestiges of the occipital bun were common in early modern European skulls, but are relatively rare among Europeans today.
(Image and cool haircut courtesy of Kenji)

[SIZE=7]Elongated skull[/SIZE]
Modern human faces tend to be small and tucked into the lower half of the head under a rounded brain case. The Neanderthal face tended to be larger, with a brain case set back in a longer skull. An elongated skull may hint at a Neanderthal inheritance and is particularly common in the British Isles, Scandinavia and Iberia.

[SIZE=7]Large eyes[/SIZE]
The large eye sockets in Neanderthal skulls indicate that they had large eyeballs to fill them. Antroplogists have suggested that they required larger eyes to enable them to see in the weaker sunlight of the northern latitudes.

Some further suggest that they devoted more brain power to processing visual input than to higher-level processing, and this is partly why modern humans had the evolutionary edge on them.

Ukrainian model Masha Tyelna’s large natural eyes may be a hint of this ancestry, or at least more accurately reflect the proportionate size of Neanderthal eyes.
[SIZE=7]Broad, projecting nose[/SIZE]
The angle of the Neanderthal nose bone projected out with a wide opening, making it a large and prominent facial feature. It could be an influence on the modern human aquiline nose prevalent in the Neanderthal hotspots of southern Europe and the Near East, and amongst native North Americans whose genetic source has been traced to the Altai mountains of East/Central Asia.

[SIZE=7]Rosy cheeks[/SIZE]
Neanderthals had a large mental foramen in their mandible for facial blood supply, meaning that their side jaws and cheeks were well supplied with blood. The result was a reddening of the cheeks, familiar to Eurasians inhabiting the northern latitudes when the weather is cold or doing physical exercise

[SIZE=7]Straight, thick hair[/SIZE]
Genetic analysis has revealed that 70% of modern East Asians inherited Neanderthal mutations in genes involved in the production of keratin filaments, which may be responsible for straightening and thickening hair.

There is a lot of variation in the shape and texture of modern human hair. Broadly speaking, African hair is mainly coiled and dry; Asian hair is straighter and thicker; and European hair is somewhere in between.

A Neanderthal inheritance of straight, thick hair may have helped modern humans to adapt to non-African environments; straighter hair tends to be oily and thicker hair is insulating, which would have been an advantage in colder northern latitudes.

[SIZE=7]Fair skin and freckles[/SIZE][SIZE=7][B] [/B][/SIZE]
Neanderthals, who ranged from Western Europe to Central Asia, probably had the same distribution of skin color as modern humans, including fair skin and freckles. Fair skin is an advantage at northern latitudes because it is more efficient at generating vitamin D from weak sunlight. Freckles are clusters of cells that overproduce melanin granules; they are triggered by exposure to sunlight and are most noticeable on pale skin. BNC2 is one of several skin color genes and it influences saturation of skin color and freckling. It is a Neanderthal gene and is found in Eurasian populations, most commonly in Europeans (70% have at least one copy of the Neanderthal version).


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Najua shida yako Iko hapa Kwa “the garden of Eden” … if you believe this Adam & eve story happened , then they must have been black africans…

Wazungu and Asians didn’t exist past 40,000 years ago… But Africans were roaming around the world then…

…so god created Africans first.

white pale skin mutated 8000 years ago and the eurasians were roaming the caucus mountains living brutal lives since 40,000 years ago…so think…

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