While climate change is largely the result of the excesses of modern life, it is becoming clear that the Neanderthals weren’t exactly carbon neutral.
Red ochre pigment discovered on stalagmites in the Caves of Ardales, near Malaga in southern Spain, were created by Neanderthals about 65,000 years ago, making them possibly the first artists on earth, according to the study by PNAS journal.
The discovery of a 51,000-year-old engraved bone of an Ice Age deer in northern Germany reveals that Neanderthals were capable of creating symbolic expressions before Homo sapiens arrived in Central Europe.
Scientists discover a skull in northeast China which represents a new human species named “Dragon Man,” which they say should replace Neanderthals as our closest relatives
Researchers detect a genetic contribution from East Asia rather than Europe as they discover 3 to 3.8 percent Neanderthal DNA from the remains of three people, who lived roughly 45,000 years ago.
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