Darwinian expectations have been wrong countless times. One of their mistakes has to do with the Denisovans which have been “known only from a handful of bones and teeth they left in Siberia’s Denisova Cave in Russia and the genetic legacy they bequeathed to living people across Asia.” a as Science articles put it.
Now, an article in New Scientist says we “may have bred with Denisovans much more recently than we thought”. Now, when the Neanderthals are humans, the evolutionists have to try another trick.
According to the model based on Genesis, the Neanderthals were Adam’s descendants just like us. They probably lived in Europe during the ice age following the Flood of Noah and it seems the Denisovans where their closest comrades.
Gibbons, Ann.2019. Moderns said to mate with late-surviving Denisovans. Science 364, 6435, 12-13. (5 April).
Wilson, Clare. 2019. We may have bred with Denisovans much more recently than we thought. New Scientist (2 April).