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  • Neanderthal - Wikipedia

    The Neanderthal skull of La Chapelle-aux-Saints 1: An approximate reconstruction of a Neanderthal skeleton. (The central ribcage, including the sternum, and parts of ...

  • Neanderthal | archaic human group |

    Neanderthal: Neanderthal, the most recent archaic humans, who emerged between 300,000 and 100,000 years ago and were replaced by early modern humans between 35,000 ...

  • Neanderthals: Facts About Our Extinct Human Relatives

    Social structure. Neanderthals lived in nuclear families. Discoveries of elderly or deformed Neanderthal skeletons suggest that they took care of their sick and those ...

  • Why Am I Neanderthal? - Genographic Project

    When our ancestors first migrated out of Africa around 70,000 years ago, they were not alone. At that time, at least two other species of hominid cousins walked the ...

  • Homo neanderthalensis | The Smithsonian Institution's ...

    History of Discovery: Neanderthal 1 was the first specimen to be recognized as an early human fossil. When it was discovered in 1856 in Germany, scientists had never ...

  • Neanderthal | Define Neanderthal at

    Neanderthal definition, of or relating to Neanderthal man. See more.

  • Neanderthal - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The Neanderthal, a species of the genus Homo, was a near relative of our own species. Its scientific name is Homo neanderthalensis or Homo sapiens neanderthalensis.

  • BBC Nature - Neanderthal videos, news and facts

    Neanderthal. Neanderthals looked much like modern humans only shorter, more heavily built and much stronger, particularly in the arms and hands.

  • Neanderthals Were People, Too - The New York Times

    Neanderthals Were People, Too. New research shows they shared many behaviors that we long believed to be uniquely human. Why did science get them so wrong?

  • BBC - Earth - What did the Neanderthals do for us?

    Thanks to a spot of prehistoric hanky-panky, many of us carry Neanderthal genes. What is this rogue DNA doing?

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