I just received the results from the DNA tests that I ordered at 23andme.com. According to 23andme, I have 298 Neanderthal variants in my DNA. 23andme says that I have more Neanderthal DNA in my genes than 80% of 23andme customers. This has really gotten me thinking about Neanderthal DNA, and it has raised some questions in my mind. The Neanderthals lived in Europe. Therefore, people of European descent are far more likely to have Neanderthal DNA in their genes than people not of European descent. I believe that if all of a person's ancestors were from, say, Africa, then such a person would have no Neanderthal DNA in their genes at all. I don't think that the Neanderthals lived in Africa, Asia, Australia, or the Americas. Do most Caucasian homo sapiens have some Neanderthal DNA in their genes?