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Guest Anton Juhl

What is the def. of extinct, and how do hybridization work in phylogeny

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Guest Anton Juhl

Greetings.

I was just having a discussion with my brother about, whatever it makes sense to say, that the Neanderthals are extinct.

So I was hoping that someone could point me to the definition of extinct  used in biology.

I also hope that someone could explain how or point me to an article about how hybridization is handled in phylogeny?

Sincerely Anton

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Dear Anton.

Great questions. I have been writing quite a long answer which may also be worth a wider readership given such interesting and relevant points, so pleaser bear with me, though anyone else is welcome to join in the response.

Steve

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