Not at all. Neanderthals and Denisovans are not separate species, though they are labeled as such by secular scientists. Creationists have been saying all along that both are fully human. Their unique characteristics just reflect some of the variety God built into the human genome. Much of this variety and even some unique lineages, such as these Neanderthals and Denisovans, have died out over time.
This young lady and her parents lived after Noah’s flood, likely during the ice age. They can trace their ancestry back through Noah’s sons, to Noah, and through Noah to Adam. While secular scientists may be confused and surprised by what they call “interbreeding,” we’re not at all. These are all humans, all one race, all made in God’s image (Genesis 1:27), so of course they can reproduce with one another. When we start with God’s Word, we get an accurate picture of the world.
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