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Neanderthal,

Germany: see NeandertalNeandertal
or Neanderthal
, small valley, W Germany, E of Düsseldorf. In 1856 remains of Neanderthal man were discovered there.
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depicts a 2-year-old Homo neanderthalensis learning from his mother.
Skull Structure: Homo sapiens Neanderthalensis coexisted with H.
Hominids have been classified as Homo habilis, Homo erectus and Homo neanderthalensis.
There is also a curious suggestion that the current classification of Neanderthals as a separate species, Homo neanderthalensis, reflects a 'deep-seated contempt for the primitive' which has found further expression in western attitudes to apes (p.
Por eso se ha producido un proceso evolutivo para confluir en el cerebro del hombre actual a partir de cerebros mas voluminosos (como el del Neanderthalensis, que tenia una capacidad craneal mayor que la actual del Homo sapiens).
One of the most stunning revelations of recent genetic anthropology is the finding that Homo sapiens, our ancestors, occasionally bred with Homo neanderthalensis in Europe or the Middle East some 40,000 to 50,000 years ago.
which would be ancestral to both Homo neanderthalensis and modern H.
neanderthalensis and the Denisova hominins were reinfected multiple times by HERV-K (99).
Homo sapiens had broken out of Africa and had penetrated the European mainland, encountering and beginning their rapid defeat of Homo neanderthalensis.
Whitman's views on the South provide us with another link in the chain that connects the corrupt southern city in Crevecouer's Letter from an American Farmer to Mencken's land of the "homo neanderthalensis," as well as give us insight into the South's meaning in Whitman's internal landscape.
Way back in time, we shared our planet with other species of hominid who were stronger, more numerous and better evolved - homo erectus and homo neanderthalensis.
From the 1970s onward, archaeologists based their idea of the Paleolithic revolution on artifacts from Europe, where they had found fossils of Homo sapiens with Upper Paleolithic tools dating back 35,000 years, and Homo neanderthalensis and other protohumans with earlier tools.