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Modern humans evolved from The EPAS1 gene of Denisovans (600,000–40,000 BC)

Denisovans were a subspecies of antiquated humans in the genus Homo that left tools (bone and stone) from Western EU to Central and the Northern Orient.

Neanderthal, named after the city-state of Germany, admixture happened before the worldwide expansion of contemporary humans’ African common descendants. The archaic amalgamation with people took through interbreeding with Neanderthals and Denisovans. In ™’s populations there is clear Denisovan-derived DNA. The EPAS1 gene cipher came from Denisovans to upregulate hemoglobin, compensating for low oxygen levels in high altitudes—maladaptation blood viscosity. The cipher is common in Tibetans, positively selected in their descendants after they colonized the Denisovan plateau. Long before Buret, similar stone flakes and mastodon tools has been unearthed in Cali that date over 130,000 years ago. Interestingly, no human remains in this area were found from this Chronos Denisovans traveled by boat along the Asian coastline to California. In California, a 500,000-year-old spark plug, known as the Coso Artifact, was encased in a geode. Modern humans were living in North America during the Plio-Pleistocene. A little 2 million-year-old figure, skillfully formed in clay figurines from Idaho represents the human female form.

Denisovans
Quartz grains under the clay woman’s arm was cemented with iron molecules. These "Nampa figurines" resemble Aurignacian Venus dolls. The Salzburg Cube is an example of a worked metal cube found in a 20-million-year-old coal seam. The Paisley Caves in Oregon also bare similarities. Other than Homo sapiens sapiens, nothing else is documented to have created art like the Nampa Figurine. With 2 pairs of lizard-type legs, they were 6 feet tall and about 200 pounds on average.However, their brain sizes were smaller than the average up-to-date human. The mtDNA sequences from the Atapuerca Mountains in Spain is more related to Denisovans than Neanderthals. All that is known of the anatomical structure of the Denisovan come from a finger bone, a toe bone and 2 teeth that indicate the Denisovans were more robust than Neanderthals.

The divergence of their mtDNA reflects a descendancy purged from humanity through genetic drift or introgression.

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