The toe bone of a Neanderthal woman, recovered from a cave in Siberia.
The list of genes contains a 'catalogue' of features setting modern humans apart from all other creatures, living or extinct, according to Dr Svante Paabo, from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, who led the international team.
Denisova Cave in the Altai Mountains of southern Siberia.
At various times over the past 50,000 years, three different groups of early humans - Neanderthals, Denisovans and modern humans - lived in the cave Professor Chris Stringer, a leading expert in human origins at London's Natural History Museum, said the inbreeding disclosed by the Neanderthal woman's DNA must have gone on 'for a number of generations'.
He added: 'Despite the fact that her ancestors had ranged widely in Eurasia for tens of millennia, her genomic diversity was less than that found in a small population of hunter-gatherers living in the Amazonian rainforest today.
It follows Yoshitake, Hidenori and Tadakuni, three perfectly normal students at an all-boys' high school and their not-so-normal (read: side-splittingly hilarious) daily routines, and frequently applies several lampshade hangings and parodies of anime tropes.
The Sunrise-adapted anime version premiered in January 2012 and has been licensed by NIS America.In September 2012 the author abruptly ended the manga.There was no announcement prior to the last chapter nor did that chapter offer any kind of wrap-up to the story. The artist has since begun working on , indicating that an un-cancelling is unlikely.In April 2013 a live action film adaptation was announced starring Masaki Suda (Kamen Rider Double), Shuhei Nomura (GTO live action movie) and Ryo Yoshizawa (Kamen Rider Fourze) as Tadakuni, Yoshitake and Hidenori, respectively.This was initially presented as an April Fools Day joke from Square Enix but filming had already began in January and was released on October 12, 2013.Not to be confused with that other Nichijou that's very popular on certain imageboards.