“Why is there a little Neanderthal in each of us?”
Johannes Krause presents a lecture for the KinderUni for the Museumslöwen e.V. Gotha at the Gotha Public Library about our relationship with Neanderthals.
As the first in its 2017/2018 lecture series, the KinderUni (Kids' University) of the Museumslöwen e.V. Gotha hosted Director Johannes Krause to present at the Gotha Public Library on, “Why is there a little Neanderthal in each of us?”
The lecture included explanations of the evolution of our species, our history of interactions with Neanderthals, and how we can uncover this information by studying ancient DNA.
The Museumslöwen holds four lectures per year for children aged 8-12 years. For more information, please visit their website.