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13. But, then again, 200,000 years of success
Sun Apr 17, 2016, 01:31 PM
Apr 2016

and then they rather suddenly dwindle and die out. What changed is we showed up. I'm inclined to think that we out-bred and absorbed them, based on the genetic evidence. Or rather that we interbred and then the descendants of that interbreeding outbred both of the prior unique groups. Particularly when it comes to disease resistance in new environments hybridization leads to more fit individuals.

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