Were Neanderthals smooching humans? A tiny ‘time capsule’ says yes.
Researchers say a tiny "time capsule" aka the teeth of Neanderthals, offers more than a few surprises. Bacterium trapped in their ancient plaque still dwells inside human mouths today, which suggests they shared microbes - and spit - with humans, according to a new study. The... CONTINUE READING
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