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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Siberian Mousterians replaced? The tiny bits of middle-late Paleolithic Siberian bone and teeth suggest that the Mousterian culture-bearers of Siberia were more closely related to European Neanderthals than to&nbsp;anatomically modern humans such as Cro-Magnons or early East Asian Sundadonts and&nbsp;Sinodonts (Turner 1983a). Neanderthal teeth are distinctly different ITom those of Cro-Magnons (Bailey and Turner 1999). Admittedly, this proposition is based on very few teeth&nbsp;and a single DNA study based on a bone fragment found in Denisova Cave. Given this&nbsp;dental and genetic evidence, there is a stronger case for early Siberians to have been&nbsp;replaced by anatomically modern humans, such as those found at Mal’ta and Listvenka,&nbsp;than having been their ancestors. We base this opinion on the following considerations. To&nbsp;begin with, stone tool specialists Okladnikov and H. Marie Wormington thought that the&nbsp;Mal’ta stone tools much resembled those found in European ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Siberian Mousterians replaced? The tiny bits of middle-late Paleolithic Siberian bone and teeth suggest that the Mousterian culture-bearers of Siberia were more closely related to European Neanderthals than to&nbsp;anatomically modern humans such as Cro-Magnons or early East Asian Sundadonts and&nbsp;Sinodonts (Turner 1983a). Neanderthal teeth are distinctly different ITom those of Cro-Magnons (Bailey and Turner 1999). Admittedly, this proposition is based on very few teeth&nbsp;and a single DNA study based on a bone fragment found in Denisova Cave. Given this&nbsp;dental and genetic evidence, there is a stronger case for early Siberians to have been&nbsp;replaced by anatomically modern humans, such as those found at Mal’ta and Listvenka,&nbsp;than having been their ancestors. We base this opinion on the following considerations. To&nbsp;begin with, stone tool specialists Okladnikov and H. Marie Wormington thought that the&nbsp;Mal’ta stone tools much resembled those found in European ') AND id != 90006 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-08-23 11:13:49' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5