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When We Met Other Human Species

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We all belong to the only group of hominins on the planet today. But we weren’t always alone. 100,000 years ago, Eurasia was home to other hominin species, some of which we know our ancestors met, and spent some quality time with.
Thanks to Julio Lacerda and Fabrizio de Rossi from Studio 252mya for their wonderful hominin illustrations. You can find more of their work here: 252mya.com/
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PBS Eons
PBS Eons Il y a an
Some commenters have pointed out that calling Neanderthals and Denisovans “other hominin species” in this episode breaks the rules of the biological species concept (BSC), which says if two things can interbreed, then they’re the same species. Some paleoanthropologists would agree. They consider both Neanderthals and Denisovans to be subspecies of Homo sapiens, rather than separate species. Other experts would say that Neanderthals have a set of features that make them clearly distinguishable from Homo sapiens, putting them outside the range of variation we include in our species. And we hardly know the Denisovans - like we said in the video, they don’t even have a scientific name yet. The incredible thing about this is that we can even think about applying the BSC to fossils at all. The BSC is a species concept based on living organisms, and it’s only been within the last two decades or so that we’ve had the ancient DNA and the technology to test hypotheses about interbreeding in extinct groups. And it’s not the only way to define a species, either, so it will likely be a while (if ever) before anthropologists decide whether we’re a different species, subspecies, or population from the Neanderthals and Denisovans. (Darcy Shapiro, PhD, script editor)
Oswald Buhligen
Oswald Buhligen Il y a jour
No offense but how can touchy "anti-racists" in bio or anthropology possibly deal with the fact these boundries are clearly waaay more fluid than we ever thought, and the obvious implications
loyalty above all lawz co. lil woodie wood
So r tigers an lions the same specises ligers r real
Samir Zaidi
Samir Zaidi Il y a 16 jours
Africans in all this?
Lily Fauns
Lily Fauns Il y a 16 jours
I know that species differentiation can be a little tricky especially in the case of things which can interbreed but do not due to never interacting with other populations or never breeding with a certain individuals (which is the case with some animals like cichlids who are choosy as Hell over mates) though what I am talking about is more relevant to plants, not animals. Plants don't play by animal rules so they may have separate species criteria than animals.
Anthony LeRoux
Anthony LeRoux Il y a 17 jours
Wow...correcting the use of the word species ... because they left out the prefix Sub- !?!?!?
f1rebreather123
f1rebreather123 Il y a 7 heures
What if we used the DNA from dinosaurs and cloned them. Now that would be, cool. Or horrifying
D'Artagnan Harris
D'Artagnan Harris Il y a 9 heures
The other species of humans were able to mate with Homo Sapiens because they weren’t at the end of the speciation process. (The process of becoming a distinct species.) Just to add some insight from what I learned in a biological anthropology class.
llongone2
llongone2 Il y a jour
"Interbreeding event"?! Come on, bro. You can say it. "They fuuuuuuuuqqed!"
YuhrEx Wife
YuhrEx Wife Il y a jour
NeanderTALLS THAT'S ALL I HEAR.
Joseph Vulich
Joseph Vulich Il y a jour
I think that it was more like neanderthals were raping homo sapiens, instead of mating? 🤔
3auka88
3auka88 Il y a jour
Well how much Neanderthals DNA does Walujew have? 😂
UnCoOkEdVeAl
UnCoOkEdVeAl Il y a 2 jours
thanks hank.
Gucci Potter
Gucci Potter Il y a 2 jours
Proud to have neanderthal dna.
Brandon Davidson
Brandon Davidson Il y a 2 jours
"We weren't always alone". You're right, we just interbred with them so much that they disappeared into us.
Mike Jones
Mike Jones Il y a 2 jours
Looks like the Denisavans had power lines to hunt on. Just like today!
Onyx
Onyx Il y a 2 jours
Is it just me or do the neanderthal's reminds me of Dwarves or Gnomes.
Shirokuma
Shirokuma Il y a 2 jours
A bit embarrassing to think there are descendants talking about your intercourse with another species after 60.000 years.
yazar yozar
yazar yozar Il y a 3 jours
Say intestine , don't say israfuck
arkinyte13
arkinyte13 Il y a 3 jours
I wonder what pick up lines our ancestors used to get that Neanderthal booty?
Luca Szabó
Luca Szabó Il y a 3 jours
fallout sex speedrun prehistoric dlc
Jeric Hilum
Jeric Hilum Il y a 3 jours
"Let's just do it, Felicia. Know one will ever know" *50,000 yrs later* Modern humans: yeah they hooked up
Jeric Hilum
Jeric Hilum Il y a 3 jours
Whatever. I just wanna be a vampire.
Unknown Ceilings
Unknown Ceilings Il y a 4 jours
Not to be too pedantic, but there are still two species of Hominin other than Humans around today, namely Chimps and Bonobos.
Protector K9
Protector K9 Il y a 4 jours
So you are saying I am more Neanderthal than Elizabeth Warren is native American
Protector K9
Protector K9 Il y a 4 jours
What if Neanderthal were smarter than us
Joshua Spurgeon
Joshua Spurgeon Il y a 4 jours
Omg wow
dan choen
dan choen Il y a 4 jours
It's possible there are surviving tribes of different species of human in some jungle somewhere and we just haven't found each other yet.
Chuckstein
Chuckstein Il y a 4 jours
“Cima” doesn’t mean “pit”, it means “tip, point, mountain top”
Mason Warren
Mason Warren Il y a 5 jours
With our intelligence and their strength, that's how we dominant today
Martin Palazzotto
Martin Palazzotto Il y a 5 jours
"[That we are the only hominids left] doesn't mean that Homo sapiens was somehow more fit for survival. The fact is our species became better adapted to local conditions precisely because we interbred with other hominids." There's an argument against racism if I ever heard one.
Oswald Buhligen
Oswald Buhligen Il y a jour
Its honestly both hilarious and depressing seeing how easily the masses fall hook line and sinker for this kind of contrived rhetoric
gin fork
gin fork Il y a 5 jours
So they're not extinct? They mutated when they combined gene pools with other species.
Julia Treciak
Julia Treciak Il y a 6 jours
I’m about to have a stroke thinking about how old this planet is.
Oswald Buhligen
Oswald Buhligen Il y a jour
Felt something similar in some of the oldest cave painting sites irl, a deep, surreal dread actually, because some of the ritial bones and pictures were just disturbing, these people lived hard, dark and mysterious lives
Danny Devito
Danny Devito Il y a 6 jours
Humans: Bang bang Neanderthals: Bang Humans: Bang
Mark Johnson
Mark Johnson Il y a 6 jours
So if some people have neanderthal DNA, then neanderthals never actually went extinct then, did they?
marsupius
marsupius Il y a 6 jours
The secret to human survival: be willing to eat and bang anything Edit: eat OR bang. That's what I meant.
Cole Ames
Cole Ames Il y a 7 jours
am i the only one confused as to how different species of homonid interbred because i thought the inability to breed with others is one of the defining aspects of species...
Lewis
Lewis Il y a 7 jours
recreating another species from a few bones???!!! no todays humans are the only humans...al the rest are either apes or someones imagination
D Bee
D Bee Il y a 8 jours
Hence why Eurasians, Europeans have better immune systems
Leo Foenerro
Leo Foenerro Il y a 8 jours
I'm 6'6'' and my teeth have excessive roots, my doctor said I am most likely a descendent from Neanderthals
Joe O Sullivan
Joe O Sullivan Il y a 8 jours
So, basically we went around the world banging these other species, grabbing all their best gene mods, and then used them to survive. Smart.
Anonymous Gaming
Anonymous Gaming Il y a 8 jours
Imagine going back in time and chilling with the monkes
Phier554
Phier554 Il y a 8 jours
It's a shame the theory about IQ and neanderthal interbreeding is so taboo you can't bring it up.
Oswald Buhligen
Oswald Buhligen Il y a jour
Hey at least the ones about immune efficiency and sunburns isnt 🤣
Julian Emperor
Julian Emperor Il y a 8 jours
Yip I believe this like I believe in bugs bunny 😂😂😂😂😂😂
《BLAZE》 FromMobile
《BLAZE》 FromMobile Il y a 8 jours
How about those fossils found in Philippines, Palawan?
《BLAZE》 FromMobile
《BLAZE》 FromMobile Il y a 8 jours
I'm imagining religious groups in the past meeting another race for the first time and thinking that they were demons because of their different coloured hair, skin, eyes, etc.
Oswald Buhligen
Oswald Buhligen Il y a jour
Look up the term "Dasa", it originally was Rgvedic Sanskrit for dark outsider but morphed into demon
Matthew Bunn
Matthew Bunn Il y a 9 jours
So you're saying Europeans and Asians are genetically different from Africans? As in we are partially removed from their genetic line? That would explain some things.
Oswald Buhligen
Oswald Buhligen Il y a jour
All Eurasians share a common lineage distinct from the SEVEN haplo lineages only found in Africa, meaning theres literally more genetic diversity within africa than between Scotland and the Phillipines
Andee Jean
Andee Jean Il y a 9 jours
Those hominins have some pretty hip man-buns
Denny D Speed
Denny D Speed Il y a 9 jours
Well what really happened was Homosapien was scared to venture north for quite some time. Neanderthal and ancient human lived approximately 200000 year together but separately if you know what I mean. They were scared to venture north because the Neanderthal was stronger and actually smarter. They bested the southerners approximately 50000 years on everything especially the creation of glue. Neanderthal discovered that 300000 years ago as where the southern humans were clueless. This completely makes sense because if you see where all the investions came from the last 2000 years they were all from Europe and Asia.
Mark Richardson
Mark Richardson Il y a 10 jours
and we pretend as if the neanderthal no longer exists
April Pineda
April Pineda Il y a 10 jours
human beings will become extinct because of diseases and pandemic?
Mairaine Playzgames
Mairaine Playzgames Il y a 10 jours
a time without racism...sounds great!
Paul Knight
Paul Knight Il y a 10 jours
2:42 That is one way of saying they were waging war and raping their women
Wall Street Hamster
Wall Street Hamster Il y a 11 jours
Thats something we cant get on the internet....... Interspecies Neanderthal/human porn.
Júlio Requião
Júlio Requião Il y a 11 jours
So homo sapiens have become fit for survival due to miscigenation. Now let me see racists cry in anger and anguish.
MrXetios
MrXetios Il y a 11 jours
Keep that in mind when your people get mixed into oblivion by some other group.
Henry Knauss
Henry Knauss Il y a 12 jours
its probably like when you see another school on a field trip
DannyBeans
DannyBeans Il y a 12 jours
I have antiphospholipid syndrome. Can I blame the Neanderthals for my stroke?
benjo bandidog
benjo bandidog Il y a 12 jours
I'll give "A" for using iruka sensei as a thumbnail
Carlos Washington Mercado
Fascinating.
Gerard Rodriguez
Gerard Rodriguez Il y a 13 jours
Wow. you have a land acknowledgement on one Eons video... but almost the entirety of your content focuses on a European centric worldview PBS. When you're ready to grow beyond the Aryan race there are plenty of Native scholars, educators, and oral historians ready to guide you.
Alex noob
Alex noob Il y a 13 jours
Yes very v bhcks
APOENA - Allnite Music
APOENA - Allnite Music Il y a 13 jours
We killed them all of course. Not long ago "the lost world" romance from Arthur Conan Doyle was a big literature success and the story is how heroically we exterminated an entire new species of superior primate we had just discovered. I mean public opinion 100 years ago was like that. Imagine 100.000 years ago...
Lynn Meiger
Lynn Meiger Il y a 13 jours
All I'm taking from this is that we only outlived all the other hominins because we were so horny that we would fu#% anything that looked remotely like us.
Tau Empire
Tau Empire Il y a 13 jours
Actually I believe sub saharan Africans have 0.3 percent Neanderthalilic DNA tho that still ain't alot lol
allgoo 19
allgoo 19 Il y a 13 jours
In another words, homo sapiens survived because we loved xes and loved F'ing everybody in sight.. In plain English, we were horny.
Scorcho Grey
Scorcho Grey Il y a 13 jours
So is that why Asians age so well....the skin repair gene their populations got from the Neanderthals?
MriStoleThisUserName
MriStoleThisUserName Il y a 13 jours
But wasn't a skull found with cramping inside it's cranium suggesting another hominin ate it? (Maybe I'm remember it wrong)
Si las
Si las Il y a 14 jours
Neanderthals reminds me of dwarves
Wes Oss
Wes Oss Il y a 14 jours
They didn't disappear they became family. Makes more sense because of all the inter breeding between the 3 types. Produced todays humans. So the other ones didn't die off they just joined the population and over years their traits got over taken by other ones. Its all about where the home erectus lived which crafted its appearance and ability. It happend world wide, it wasnt just happening in Africa. So one could say they were all the same "thing" Neanderthals deniso etc. Nature made the DNA differences because of diet.
godloveamerica lastname
godloveamerica lastname Il y a 14 jours
that Neanderthal looks like my grandfather
Jacob Freeze
Jacob Freeze Il y a 14 jours
So if we coyld interbeed and not produce sterile offspring. That meens we were closer than horses and donkeys and zebras and such. Whats the technical difference that makes us not of the same species. One of your other videos stated that house flies from different parts of the world had trouble reproducing with each other and scientists were wondering if they were different species now. Whats up with that?
po po
po po Il y a 15 jours
Sima di lous hueisos
Timdogg
Timdogg Il y a 15 jours
Is that why Covid isn't hitting as hard in Africa? The Stat 2 gene?
Lujke Aaron
Lujke Aaron Il y a 15 jours
A seal is exacly in-between a human and a goldfish.
Damouze
Damouze Il y a 15 jours
"Do you know what the last Xon said just before he died?" "Aaaargh!" Interesting video, loved it.
Aimee Gem Veloso
Aimee Gem Veloso Il y a 16 jours
just got here after reading about the 2 mya Paranthropus robustus skull that was unearthed in South Africa in 2018. “While we were the lineage that won out in the end, two million years ago the fossil record suggests that Paranthropus robustus was much more common than Homo erectus on the landscape." ❤️❤️❤️
zhao cui
zhao cui Il y a 16 jours
And now, we still can’t get along with each other
Catchism
Catchism Il y a 16 jours
So you're saying that diversity makes us stronger?
CityCreek
CityCreek Il y a 14 jours
If you mean Genetically speaking yeah! Diversity makes us all around more physically healthy as it promotes widening of the gene pool, recessive traits are more likely to come forward the more closely related two people are (eg. recessive gene for blue eyes) and this also applies to disabilities or inherited diseases. This is why deformaties/illnesses are so common with inbreeding. By widening genetic diversity and the gene pool, a lot of these potentially dangerous genes are on average less likely to appear, though it's always possible. :)
Majestic view
Majestic view Il y a 16 jours
Thus every form of hatred is bred out of fear & insecurity. The "more evolved" turned out to be Neanderthals hahaha
Widowmaker
Widowmaker Il y a 16 jours
Don't we technically still have other species of humans?
Jammie!
Jammie! Il y a 15 jours
@Widowmaker Technically the burden of proof is on you to prove your claims. Humans are genetically and morphologically less diverse than dogs. All modern humans are the same species, Homo sapiens. Different 'races' do not meet the necessary criteria to be classed as new species. As far as you are concerned doesn't matter, you are wrong and practically all biologists would disagree with you. You are the one making an extraordinary claim that goes against years of established and evidenced science and consensus. Prove that they are different species, release your findings for peer review, change the currently established science and claim your Noble prize.
Widowmaker
Widowmaker Il y a 15 jours
@Jammie! Rather sure thats a yes. There are different kinds of poeple out here. We maybe able to breed together, but our offspring sure wouldnt look like either parent. As for as I'm concerned, different species of human. Prove me wrong.
Jammie!
Jammie! Il y a 15 jours
no.
Marcus Echo
Marcus Echo Il y a 16 jours
NianderTAL
Afshaun Haniff
Afshaun Haniff Il y a 16 jours
Sapiens likely killed off other species. We don't like anything this is different than us. While there may have been some interbreeding sapiens were more numerous and could easily outnumber Neanderthals.
Sonya Caroline
Sonya Caroline Il y a 16 jours
So we're hybrids
Brandon Pinkerman
Brandon Pinkerman Il y a 16 jours
Tell me why the Neanderthal has hair that is familiar 🤔
Yauble diesa
Yauble diesa Il y a 17 jours
Lol humans are going to meet other humans really soon , those humans would be called sushumans
Edgar Ayala
Edgar Ayala Il y a 17 jours
Who’s “we?”
Antony Arul prakash
Antony Arul prakash Il y a 17 jours
If Nothing is impossible in material evolution,how more it's possible for revolutionary thoughts. Million dollar buisness science!❤️, not even a single mind get stuck for benifit and slow down go on passing!
google nag the 4th nagger
100% most likely just killed each other stop making humane kind peaceful like they only warefare its inherent
ᴏ ᴜ ᴛ ʟ ᴀ ᴡ_ ᴋ ɪ ɴ ɢ
Damn. We’re the last human species.
Hazmat Lλd
Hazmat Lλd Il y a 17 jours
🍞 B r e a d 🍞
Zu Yao Teoh
Zu Yao Teoh Il y a 17 jours
10:45 “We know we met the Neanderthals, but there is no direct evidence of violent of direct competition...” How come? Even Homo sapiens meet one another and they fight. Modern day example would be all the riots in American cities. Historical examples include Ganges Khan and the Ottomans. How then Homo sapiens and Neanderthals don’t fight is baffling...
Yehezkiel Adhi
Yehezkiel Adhi Il y a 17 jours
1:01 I thought he said "us" three times lol
James Hardesty
James Hardesty Il y a 18 jours
I'd agree with your closing statement they didn't go any where it was more of an amalgamation
TalonSky
TalonSky Il y a 18 jours
So Homo Sapiens were saved by that +2 Cha bonus, got it.
skug9bob
skug9bob Il y a 18 jours
Meh, the fact we interbred doesn't mean we considered them human. If the internet teaches us anything, it's that some people will screw _anything_.
Red Death
Red Death Il y a 18 jours
I have some Neanderthal DNA. Ladies?
No Recourse
No Recourse Il y a 18 jours
I tell you. I have seen throw backs. Lol.
The Vault Dude
The Vault Dude Il y a 19 jours
This belongs in a Chappell sketch for "Greatest Hookups in History"
pierce yu
pierce yu Il y a 19 jours
Is this the same dude from crash course?
Joaqin Castro
Joaqin Castro Il y a 19 jours
We are the only species left? What about the mythical Karen?
John Emerson
John Emerson Il y a 19 jours
How did the Cro-Magnons enter in the picture? No mention of them.
Krafty
Krafty Il y a 19 jours
Were all the Neanderthals gone from Africa when modern humans evolved then? Otherwize, why didn't Homo sapiens breed with them there?
Resshuken
Resshuken Il y a 19 jours
if neanderthals survived they would rule MMA
Denis
Denis Il y a 19 jours
the way he says Neanderthals is a bit painful or is it just. me, greate video tho
H Z
H Z Il y a 19 jours
When I imagine the possibilities if Neanderthals were alive today... smdh
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