I saw this article posted on my facebook news feed, and immediately (before reading the article) thought "Hmmm...I remember something about a finger bone being found a couple years ago that couldn't be assigned by DNA analysis to either us or Neanderthal...could this be the same species?" and lo and behold, they mentioned that in the article. It's all tentative and new, requiring further analysis, but based on dating information thus far, this species lived at the same time that agriculture was being developed in China by modern humans. I wonder if some of the Yeti myth originates from stories passed down from encounters with this species from a few thousand years back. It was so cool, I felt the need to share. P.S. If human evolution isn't your cup of tea, I understand, but there are many of us here who enjoy the beverage, and sharing this is for that group. Please don't turn this into a creationism debate. Thanks.