Try Neanderthal. Fritz

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> On Aug 8, 2017, at 2:29 PM, David via Texascavers 
> <texascavers@texascavers.com> wrote:
> 
> I saw a young man in Houston this week in a store and he barely looked like 
> your stereotypical homo sapien.  He was 6'3" and in tip-top physical 
> condition.  His unique feature was the largest brow-bridge that I had ever 
> seen.   I had never seen anybody that more resembled my vision of our ancient 
> Cro-Magnon ancestors.  I imagine the ladies would be very attracted to this 
> particular guy.
> 
> So out of curiosity, I Googled around for about 3 hours looking at 
> anthropology photos and anything that might resemble him.   I found 
> absolutely nothing.   He did not look like those wrestlers and boxers from 
> Russia as his forehead did not seem to be angular, but instead vertical like 
> Elvis.
> 
> 
> I did learn from this research that the ancient people of Japan were totally 
> different than they havebeen for the past 3,000 years, and that the original 
> inhabitants of Japan are now allegedly extinct.   
> 
> So I wonder if this young man that I saw was an anamoly, or part of his DNA 
> contains something lost from the ancient ones ??
> 
> 
> 
> The painters that travelled to remote places 300 years ago did an amazing 
> thing by recording all that diversity, as did the early photographers of the 
> late 1800's.
> 
> Googling all that and seeing the antique images was interesting.
> 
> David Locklear
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