Neanderthal


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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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* They were sprinters 6 Previously, it has been surmised through studies that the Neanderthals were endurance runners, capable of running long distance in search of or to tire out their prey.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Neanderthals and modern humans diverged at least 800,000 years ago, substantially earlier than indicated by most DNA-based estimates, according to new research.
Popular scientific notion since the 1950s is that the Neanderthal is a hunched over caveman.
NEANDERTHALS had more in common with Usain Bolt than Mo Farah, according to a study.
NEANDERTHALS had the brains to build weapons of long-distance destruction, research has shown.
The group came to this conclusion after comparing the archaeological record of Neanderthal activity in Europe with palaeoclimate data extracted from stalagmites in two Romanian caves.
Among the thousands of bone fragments excavated from an ancient cave in the Altai mountains in Siberia, scientists have identified an inch-long shard that belonged to a rare hominin hybrid: a female with a Denisovan dad and a Neanderthal mom.
Summary: An ancient hominid hybrid had a Neanderthal for a mother and a Denisovan for a father
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The black and red stencil markings, geometric shapes, handprints and a rough outline of animals, may very well have been the handiwork of Neanderthal cave dwellers.
The Last Neanderthal by Claire Cameron (Doubleday Canada, 2017)
The researchers spent more than ten years carrying out fieldwork, excavating three new sites in southern Spain, where they discovered evidence of distinctly Neanderthal materials dating back 37,000 years ago.