Additional commentary from paleoanthropologist Chris Stringer (Natural History Museum, London), geneticist Sarah Tishkoff (University of Pennsylvania), and study author Svante Pääbo (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology).
Clip 1: Stringer on the potential implications of the Neandertal genome data for models of modern human origins. (04:37)
Clip 2: Stringer and Tishkoff on the value of genomic analyses of additional archaic hominin species. (02:10)
Clip 3: Stringer and Pääbo on genes and gene mutations that may have contributed to the evolution of modern humans. (03:54)