Between 400000 – 48000 BC, a human group, later called the Denisovans, lived in Asia. They then interbred with humans expanding from Africa along the coast of South Asia.In 2010 fossil evidence from a Siberian cave in 2008 revealed that their DNA was related to the DNA of people from New Guinea, which contained 4.8% Denisovan DNA.
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πŸ”ΈBetween 400000 - 48000 BC, a human group, later called the Denisovans, lived in Asia. They then interbred with humans expanding from Africa along the coast of South Asia. 

In 2010 fossil evidence from a Siberian cave in 2008 revealed that their DNA was related to the DNA of people from New Guinea, which contained 4.8% Denisovan DNA. 

Around 3-5% of the DNA from native people of Papua New Guinea, Australia, Philippines and other nearby islands came from Denisovans, who left Africa as far back as 800,000 BC. 

In 2014 scientists reported that a genetic between extinct Denisovans and some modern-day Tibetans and Sherpas.
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