Modern humans are hybrids
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National Geographic’s Genographic Project reports that I have 1.8 percent Neanderthal DNA and 1.1 percent Denisovan DNA. That’s supposedly typical of British- and German-reference populations.

Scientists acknowledge the genera Homo (humans) and Pan (chimpanzees) have between 94 percent and 99 percent common DNA.

When will those scientists acknowledge that others and I sharing similar DNA are a hybrid of three species of the genus Homo, i.e., sapiens, neanderthalensis and denisovans?

Hybrids, not Homo sapiens or Homo neanderthalensis or Homo denisovans, are the real modern humans who first settled Europe and Asia, then the world, and now explore the universe.

Joe Boyett
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