Prehistoric Scratchpad
Nearly all Neanderthals in Europe die, followed by recolonization by a small group of central and western Europe. Genetic diversity plummets and is no more than that of humans in modern day Iceland.

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European Neanderthals on Verge of Extinction Even Before Modern Humans Arrived (2012)Edit

Most Neanderthals in Europe died off 50 TYA, then they recolonized if and lasted another 10 TY, where their genetic diversity was very low, until modern humans arrived.
See also Neanderthals, Neanderthal Extinction, Neanderthal Die Off
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