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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)
Octávio Ranieri
Octávio Ranieri Il y a 2 jours
The only suitable definition of "we", as used in this video, should be the population of all humans alive at the present. It seems to me that saying "we interbred with Neanderthals and Denisovans" makes no sense. In others words, non-africans are descendants of many interbreeding events between very different people who [all of them, early or late,] descended from africans... Now yes, WE can dive in the fascinating part without getting stuck with categories or dangerous assumptions. (sorry for my bad english)
realitynowassigned
realitynowassigned Il y a 7 jours
So if subsaharan africans don't have that gene they must have another for that immune response?
Myra Kay
Myra Kay Il y a 8 jours
@Olav Well said! Think also of Horses, Donkeys & Zebras. SIMILAR, but different. What are bloodtype for? My hypothesis: A way for our Star Ancestors to keep track of their experimental Genetic Breeding Program to Interbreed Species, as proven from stages of embryonic growth in human fertilized eggs.
Jam Enriquez Vlogs
Jam Enriquez Vlogs Il y a 10 jours
Do the Homo Luzonensis
GuidetteExpert
GuidetteExpert Il y a 16 jours
They found even a hybrid version of a babie after a male Denisovan an made babies with a female Neanderthal!
aviaxis
aviaxis Il y a 2 heures
modern humans seam shaved... I wander how they did it 100k years ago
UnPlugged Gaming
UnPlugged Gaming Il y a 4 heures
Humans didn’t kill something that wasn’t human?? Naahhhh that’s gotta be wrong
UnPlugged Gaming
UnPlugged Gaming Il y a 4 heures
Homo sapiens mated with Neanderthals....... and thus my home town was born
Adam David's Oddities
Adam David's Oddities Il y a 7 heures
There is not enough evidence to support we come from neanderthals or any other species.
Dean Kirby
Dean Kirby Il y a 19 heures
we outcompeted them end of.
welcome to the stream
Im waiting for 15 years later,when someone decides to clone them.
Kenneth Ronan
Kenneth Ronan Il y a jour
We must off killd them all off .
Michael W.
Michael W. Il y a jour
1960-1990: human species were depicted with long hair. 1990-2015: early humans were given dreadlocks. 2015-2025: early humans are depicted with man buns or short hair. you guys need to get your hair styles in order.dreads are unlikely because lice can breed and hide in dreads. man buns are unlike because rubber bands were not invented until the 20th century. long hair also makes less sense than short hair because of the problem with lice. short hair styles make the most sense for at least 90% of early humans.
Lara Kusalic
Lara Kusalic Il y a 2 jours
Yay im from croatia
Brian Joyce
Brian Joyce Il y a 2 jours
Great way to teach us interesting stuff. Thx man
Parker Langford
Parker Langford Il y a 2 jours
I don’t like the term “Eurasian” because I don’t like being grouped with asians.
Parker Langford
Parker Langford Il y a 2 jours
Neanderthals didn’t go to Africa, because they knew there was nothing there but darkness
RockChatham
RockChatham Il y a 3 jours
Based on the onscreen talent, you totally know his ancestor got it on with the other humans.
Naruto likes Sakura
Naruto likes Sakura Il y a 3 jours
I’m 0% Neanderthal but acted like a monkey as a kid-
Naruto likes Sakura
Naruto likes Sakura Il y a 2 jours
gjn jjbgjmg that I acted like Neanderthal :p
gjn jjbgjmg
gjn jjbgjmg Il y a 2 jours
Naruto likes Sakura And? What's that got to do with Neanderthals?
Ralph Hooker
Ralph Hooker Il y a 4 jours
I used to work with two brothers whom I swear had substantial Neanderthal DNA. Nice guys, but incredibly strong. Could hurt you without meaning to do so.
Cookey Monster
Cookey Monster Il y a 4 jours
So if a people is a crossbreed between two species they are a new subspecies. So central Africans are true surviving Homo Sapiens, Europians and Asians are Homo Sapien Neanderlis and Aboriginalpeople of Oceana are Homo Sapien Denisiva. It's aslo a bit stupid that Homo Sapiens are called so for being capable of thought when its clear so did many ancient hominims. They should be reclassified as Homo Homo to say the same as us or Homo Africanis
Mauricio Merida
Mauricio Merida Il y a 5 jours
Why are we the one left today? The answer is easy, we kill them all.
Gerson M
Gerson M Il y a 5 jours
Denisevich from hotel Transylvania? 🧛😂
Sohan Dsouza
Sohan Dsouza Il y a 5 jours
Damn, those early humans got some pretty fashionable kits on.
SerD Junkle
SerD Junkle Il y a 5 jours
Amazing video! But even more, amazing ending!
H20 YT?
H20 YT? Il y a 6 jours
Cousin joe left us
Michael Casimer
Michael Casimer Il y a 6 jours
Maybe disease.
Lurky
Lurky Il y a 6 jours
So Neandertals were like your big bro helping you in the hardcore level.
-Zaro -
-Zaro - Il y a 6 jours
What if we were actually just coexisting this whole time
Luiza Mendoza
Luiza Mendoza Il y a 6 jours
"Survival of the fittest." Neanderthal: Well, that was a lie.
Robert Smith
Robert Smith Il y a 7 jours
I still only accept the original pronunciation of denisovans (first that i heard many times). This is English, we can make anything sound however we want. Em-phas-iss on a different syl-obb-le. We do as we please. 2nd most spoken language on earth backs that up. Denis-ovans. I will never call it anything else. Im 76% german and can only speak english...i am living evidence that this plan works.
Olivia Bodden
Olivia Bodden Il y a 7 jours
the comments under this video are everything
William Jones
William Jones Il y a 7 jours
Hey real quick, what is a phedomenon? 6:17
Zion Haulcy
Zion Haulcy Il y a 7 jours
Who is we
Leslie McCormick
Leslie McCormick Il y a 8 jours
When we met other human species we boinked them to death.
A. Cazanacli
A. Cazanacli Il y a 8 jours
Hominins? Aren’t they hominids?
Jasper Mennink
Jasper Mennink Il y a 9 jours
could you imagine how a Neanderthal would deel if they knew that scientists are researching their one nightstands
doidlenoidle
doidlenoidle Il y a 9 jours
The funniest thing about neanderthals is that they probably had really high pitched voices and couldn't make all the sounds we can
Y0UNG GVTS
Y0UNG GVTS Il y a 9 jours
So the reason why some people are taller or shorter is because the ancestors of homosapiens mated with other hominin species like the neanderthal or denisovans?
BROTHA Jeff
BROTHA Jeff Il y a 9 jours
I think there there was some sort of human genetic engineering going on to get what we have as modern humans today from some unknown source... I think it's interesting that we're the only human species left that survived and evolved to what we are today.
Here Be Subtitles.
Here Be Subtitles. Il y a 4 jours
I wish we had a kind of telescope that rather than looking through space, can look back in time. It would be so awesome to know for a fact what did and didn't happen to bring us to the point we are at now!! Not knowing exactly what happened in the distant past has always been a source of deep frustration for me (and many others as well I'm sure!) :)
By By
By By Il y a 9 jours
they took interacial to the next level. intersubspecies.
Kristen Sorensen
Kristen Sorensen Il y a 10 jours
Wasn't there a time when nearly all modern humans were exterminated by a super volcano that Richard Feynman had a fascinating interest in?
Souf FC
Souf FC Il y a 10 jours
Bring back Neanderthals and Denisovans with cloning please.
g kkkwar
g kkkwar Il y a 11 jours
Lol, never heard how денисовцы (denisovtsy) are named in English, interesting
zsshamalama
zsshamalama Il y a 11 jours
Can we really say that Neanderthals are extinct, if they live on within us?
Carmen Mencar
Carmen Mencar Il y a 12 jours
I really want to know why we became alone on earth.
Lizard
Lizard Il y a 12 jours
"Modern" humans might be the common ancestor of 2 or 3 completely different hominin species in the distant future. Despite being a global community now, I still see a few scenarios where that could happen. If the Sentinelese remain permanently isolated (and survive long-term), our genes would inevitably drift apart. This, to me, seems like the most likely way. Additionally, a Martian colony could lead to genetic isolation. Although futuristic technology might make the huge distance between Earth and Mars irrelevant. Maybe an extinction event and the resulting technological "reset" would lead to genetic isolation as well, but we'd probably find ourselves dominating the planet again eventually (if we aren't wiped out completely).
Zbpily
Zbpily Il y a 12 jours
I am 0.2% Neanderthal and from SSA
Number 27k
Number 27k Il y a 13 jours
Its Neanderthal. Th. Not tal. Found in the German valley which in the German language is th sound.
roderic turn
roderic turn Il y a 13 jours
What would be interesting is to obtain a genetic layout of WHICH specific genes Europeans share with Neanderthals. We may be slightly different Neanderthals than our Neanderthal ancestors but Neanderthals nonetheless. Humans share 98/99% of genes with Bonobos so the 2% Europeans share with Neanderthals may be VERY important raciation genes which would be sufficiently prevalent to maybe allow us to say that Europeans and particularly northern Europeans are indeed primarily Neanderthals....since they were fair skinned, blond and red haired, blue eyes "people".
Pokoirl YaSe
Pokoirl YaSe Il y a 12 jours
Well, by our modern definition of subspecies, we can say that different human ethnic groups are subspecies. But people will accuse you of racism if you bring it up
Maletic AnimeWatcher
Maletic AnimeWatcher Il y a 13 jours
I though this was going to be more morbid. I personally have read articles about dehumanizing other species of human, especially during circus freak shows or native human exhibits. The majority is particularly, the survival of the fittest but imagine a world with more peaceful cousins.
Tanisha Montes
Tanisha Montes Il y a 14 jours
Hank!!!
Lisa J
Lisa J Il y a 14 jours
I thought there was still piggmey??
Kristoffer
Kristoffer Il y a 14 jours
8:55 There's just something very uncanny valley about this...
Andre
Andre Il y a 15 jours
They dont live on in all of us actually!
lichen24moss
lichen24moss Il y a 15 jours
Can they really be considered "other human" species when those other human species are our ancestors? It seems modern humans are more a mixture/hybrid of multiple hominid species rather than the lone branch that survived. It is a result of interbreeding between different hominids and that's why we have modern humans that can trace their genetic ancestry to neanderthals, denisovans and others. I would like to think that they didn't really die out, they just became a part of modern humans and their legacy lives on with us.
Dawid Dubanosow
Dawid Dubanosow Il y a 15 jours
Is it only me that became kinda sad that we don't have different hominin species around? It is as sad as killing off the cultures of South and North America. Those people today could have totally different culture than the rest of the world, imagine the architecture, language and science focuses differences we would have. Similar to how for example European and Asian and Arabic architecture is completely different, and all equally interesting. Even the most modern buildings are different from continent to continent with distinct features. Wish we could come back in time.
JustWolfin'About
JustWolfin'About Il y a 15 jours
But I thought my brother was a different species like ya know
Yanushka Gunawardena
Yanushka Gunawardena Il y a 16 jours
Different Hominins = Different Races PROVE ME WRONG !
Piotr Ek
Piotr Ek Il y a 15 jours
They are not different races, they are different SPECIES
CM Visual Artist
CM Visual Artist Il y a 16 jours
Help me help you to understand we as a species have always been evolving. Still today there are many different breads of humans, open your eyes. In the future more will meld together to make the next best thing (melting pot). I wonder if racism existed 10K years ago. The answer is yes. Life was hard then and history repeats itself.
David P
David P Il y a 16 jours
Manuel Ferrarra has higher than average neanderthal genes
olddirtymongrrel
olddirtymongrrel Il y a 17 jours
Being an individual with European and Polynesian ancestry makes me curious if I have any other ancestors that were not homo sapiens.
Kaden Carr
Kaden Carr Il y a 17 jours
I’m not a desensant my ansesters was alive before them
INFINITE 2020
INFINITE 2020 Il y a 17 jours
NOT ME..
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