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Were the Neanderthals were driven to extinction by one of ordinary childhood?

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There are lots of theories about it, one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of the event — which would have killed off the Neanderthals, but a new study puts a unique spin on the subject matter.

In a study published online this week in the journal The Anatomical Record, and a team of physical anthropologists, and the head and neck, and anatomists, it suggests that the perpetrator was not a strange disease, but, instead, is a common childhood disease: chronic ear infection.

“It might sound a bit far-fetched, but, then, we have, for the first time, reconstructed in the Eustachian tube of the Humanity, we found out that they are very similar to those of human infants,” says co-researcher, and-Downstate Health Sciences University as an Associate Professor, and Samuel Márquez, in a statement.

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Hyperrealistic face of a Neanderthal male is displayed in a cave in the new Neanderthal Museum in the northern Croatian town of Krapina. (Ap)

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“Middle ear infection is almost ubiquitous among infants because of the flat angle of the a child’s Eustachian tube is more sensitive to the preservation of the otitis media, the bacteria that cause these infections have the same flat angle, like the Neanderthals did.”

The modern humans’ Eustachian tubes connects the middle ear to the nasopharynx, it would change as they get older. With the Neanderthals, they don’t want to, what does that mean for the ear infection and any possible complications, such as infections of the respiratory tract, pneumonia that is chronic, or life threats.

“It’s not just the threat of death from an infection,” said Márquez. “If you’re constantly sick, you would not be fit, and be effective in the battle with the Homo sapien cousins, for food and other resources. “In a world of survival of the fittest, it’s no surprise that modern humans and not Neanderthals, and the upper hand.”

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