Where did the Neanderthals come from?

Where did the Neanderthals come from?

Neanderthals evolved in Europe and Asia while modern humans - our species, Homo sapiens - were evolving in Africa. Judging from fossil evidence from Sima de los Huesos in northern Spain and Swanscombe in Kent, the Neanderthal lineage was already well-established in Europe by 400,000 years ago.

What species did Neanderthals evolve from?

Fossil evidence suggests that a Neanderthal ancestor may have traveled out of Africa into Europe and Asia. There, the Neanderthal ancestor evolved into Homo neanderthalensis some 400,000 to 500,000 years ago. The human ancestor remained in Africa, evolving into our own species—Homo sapiens.

How long did Neanderthals lifespan?

350,000 years

What is the rarest blood type on earth?

AB-negative

What is RZRZ blood type?

Edit page. RZRZ is a very rare Rh genotype in the Rh blood group system, mostly occurring in Native Americans. It is one of the notable abnormalities in John Amsterdam's medical records.

What blood type are most white?

Approximately 45 percent of Caucasians are type O (positive or negative), but 51 percent of African-Americans and 57 percent of Hispanics are type O. Minority and diverse populations, therefore, play a critical role in meeting the constant need for blood. Types O negative and O positive are in high demand.

What is the most needed blood type?

Type O positive