Attracted to Neanderthals:
Two new studies regarding our genetic relationship with Neanderthals have reached similar conclusions : Makes between 85,000 and 37,000 years after modern humans migrated groups outside Africa, who mated with Neanderthals. Neanderthals died out 30,000 years ago, are the closest relatives to humans , sharing a common ancestor 600,000 years ago.
Thus, although the stooped posture and thick eyebrow Neanderthal not seem attractive to the contemporary human being , perhaps a being that was protected by a tangle of hair – hair full, with the strongest bark skin was just the best thing long ago modern humans had ever seen. And Neanderthals also had larger cranial capacity – so, you know , certainly had the wit and wisdom of human courting newcomers.